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post/v1/events

The Events API endpoint allows you to send events to ThisData's Login Intelligence API

Definition

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Parameters

Body Params

api_key:
required
string
Your API Key. Required within the **query string**.<br />&nbsp;<br /><h3>JSON Body</h3>In the body of the JSON request, the following parameters are avaliable:
verb:
required
string
Describes what the User did, using an English present tense verb. [See: Verbs](doc:verbs) <pre>e.g. 'log-in'</pre>
ip:
required
string
The IP address of the User's request.
user_agent:
required
string
The user agent of the User's request.
user:
object
An Object containing User details.<br /> The available object parameters are:
user[id]:
string
Your User's ID. If none is sent, we treat the user as Anonymous.
user[name]:
string
Your User's name.
user[email]:
string
Your User's email address.
user[mobile]:
string
You User's mobile phone number, in E.164 format.
user[authenticated]:
booleantrue
Set this to `false` when this event's user is not yet authenticated
source:
object
An object containing Source details (e.g. for multi-tenanted applications)
source[name]:
string
The name of the source, e.g. your customer's name. (Required only if you want to send Source details)
source[id]:
string
A source ID, for multi-tenanted apps
source[logo_url]:
string
The logo url for the source, e.g. your customer's logo.
session:
object
A dictionary of extra information that provides useful context about the session, for example the session ID, or some cookie information
session[id]:
string
If you use a database to track sessions, you can send us the session ID
session[td_cookie_id]:
string
When using our Javascript tracking library, a cookie is created. The cookie's ID should be sent using this *reserved* key name
session[td_cookie_expected]:
booleanfalse
Send true when using our optional Javascript tracking library, and we'll know to expect a cookie
device:
object
Information about the device being used
device[id]:
string
This device's unique identifier (e.g. your mobile app's advertising ID)
published:
stringDefaults to date time ThisData received the event
Date and time of the event in IS08601 format. Useful for preloading old events

Examples


Documentation

Events represent different occurrences that ThisData tracks. Our Events are based on the [JSON Activity Streams Standard](http://activitystrea.ms/specs/json/1.0/). ### Authentication Your API Key must be provided in the URL's query string. [Learn more about Authentication & your API Key](doc:authentication-api-key). [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "What's the least I can send you?" } [/block] The more you send, the better we can figure out when something is unusual. But at a minimum, you need to send the following attributes: ### An IP Address This enables us figure out where the user is likely to be coming from (or pretending to come from). [block:callout] { "type": "warning", "body": "If you use a Load Balancer or some other kind of proxy, you may need to take extra steps to get the user’s real IP address.\n\nAnd if you test it locally, event IP addresses will look like 127.0.0.1\n\nMany proxy library and service will pass the user’s real IP address through in an HTTP Header named `X-FORWARDED-FOR`. CloudFlare does this, as does NGINX. If this is the case, ensure that whatever method you use to get an IP address for the request takes this in to account. \n\nE.g. in Ruby on Rails you’d use `request.remote_ip` instead of `request.ip`.", "title": "Proxies & Funny IP Addresses" } [/block] ### A 'verb' When you send us activity, we require you to send a "verb". The API clients handle this for you. A verb is the action that the user has taken on your site - in English, and in the present/active tense. For example, `log-in` is the verb from _"Lucy logged in to our website". [We have a list of verbs which hold special meaning to us](doc:verbs), and we recommend you use those when you can. You [block:callout] { "type": "success", "title": "Login Intelligence is what we do!", "body": "You can add tracking all over your app, and we'll use the events to build up a behavioural profile. However we will *only* send a notification after a `log-in` event looks suspicious. [Find out why](doc:was-this-you-notifications-when-and-where)" } [/block] [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "What is super important to send?" } [/block] These attributes aren't strictly required, but are almost always really important to send. ### A User Agent This is a String usually passed in an HTTP Header. It describes the browser or device which sent the request. ### Your User's ID We need you to tell us how to identify your users. This means that when we build up our idea of "normal behaviour" for a user, we don't mix "normal" between people. So it needs to be consistent, and unique. Every unique ID will create a profile within your ThisData Profile tab. If you don't send a User ID, we'll assume they are anonymous. [block:callout] { "type": "info", "title": "Did you know you can anonymize your data?", "body": "ThisData's API can work without knowing your internal user IDs, names, or email addresses. For example, you could generate (and remember) a unique token for each user, and send that to us instead.\n\nHowever when you investigate anomalies on ThisData it is easier if real names have been used, and we also need non-anonymous data to send notifications to your end users." } [/block] [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "What about the other details?" } [/block] ### User Email If you want us to send emails, we need to know where to send them! And importantly **an email address is required in every event** if you want us to send an email when that event looks unusual. ### User Name We use this to personalize the "Was This You?" notifications. It's nice to say "Hi Eve, we noticed some unusual activity". ### User's Mobile Number As well as sending an email, we will send a text message, or SMS, when you provide a valid mobile number in [E.164 format](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E.164). This is [the format used by Twilio](https://www.twilio.com/help/faq/phone-numbers/how-do-i-format-phone-numbers-to-work-internationally). ### User's Authenticated Status This boolean tells us whether the user is actually authenticated ("logged in") when this event was performed. It defaults to `true` when you send a user ID. It defaults to `false` when you send a user ID which starts with "anonymous", or when you _don't_ send any user ID at all. This is useful because we'll only "learn" that user's normal from authenticated events. We talk a bit more about this in [What Events Should I Track?](doc:what-events-should-i-track). ### Source Source allows customers to customize the _"Was This You?"_ notifications, which is particularly useful for multi-tenanted applications. [Learn more about our support for Multi-Tenanted Applications](doc:multi-tenanted-applications). The *name* field is required if you send `source` information. ### Session Session is a dictionary of extra information that provides useful context about the session, for example the session ID, or some cookie information. Our pre-built libraries do (or will soon) send through our tracking cookie ID, if you're [using our optional javascript library to get better tracking](doc:better-tracking-using-javascript). `session[id]` can be useful for your own usage, in tracking which sessions are associated with which actions. If you use a database (or similar) to track sessions, you can send us the session ID. If you don't have an database-backed ID, you could achieve a similar result using a Hash of the session cookie, but make sure to do this in a secure fashion. ### Device Particularly when building mobile applications, the operating system will provide you with a unique identifier for the device on which the application is installed. This might be an "advertising ID", or something similar. If you have one, you can send it as `device[id]`. Our Segment integration will automatically pluck this value from events when it is present. [block:callout] { "type": "info", "title": "What you send, you shall receive", "body": "If you're using [ThisData webhooks to enable security automation](doc:create-a-security-workflow-with-thisdatas-alert-webhooks), anything you send to us with a call to `/events` will be included in the webhook we send when we notice an anomaly." } [/block] [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "When should I use this endpoint?" } [/block] Great question! We have a whole page dedicated to talking about what events you should track, and how to do so: _[What Events Should I Track?](doc:what-events-should-i-track)_. [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "Common Issues" } [/block] ### I get a 403 response We return a `403 Unauthorized` response when your API key is incorrect. Check for (and remove) trailing spaces. Also ensure that it is passed in the _query string_ not the JSON body. ### I get a 400 response When the JSON body of your request doesn't contain all the information we need, we'll return a `400 Bad Request` response. In the JSON body of the _response_ we'll give you an Array of error messages, to let you know what's missing. ### I'm still stuck! Lame! Send an email to: [developers@thisdata.com](mailto:developers@thisdata.com), or use the Intercom chat feature when you're logged in.