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Defender Sentinel allows you to monitor transactions by defining conditions on events, functions, and transaction parameters, and notifying via email, slack, telegram, discord, Autotasks, and more.


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Defender Sentinel Client

Defender Sentinel allows you to monitor transactions by defining conditions on events, functions, and transaction parameters, and notifying via email, slack, telegram, discord, Autotasks, and more.

Further information can be found on the OpenZeppelin documentation page: https://docs.openzeppelin.com/defender/sentinel

Install

npm install defender-sentinel-client
yarn add defender-sentinel-client

Usage

Start by creating a new Team API Key in Defender, and granting it the capability to manage sentinels. Use the newly created API key to initialize an instance of the Sentinel client.

const { SentinelClient } = require('defender-sentinel-client');
const client = new SentinelClient({ apiKey: API_KEY, apiSecret: API_SECRET });

List Sentinels

To list existing sentinels, you can call the list function on the client, which returns a CreateSentinelResponse[] object:

await client.list();

Create a Notification

A sentinel requires a notification configuration to alert the right channels in case an event is triggered. In order to do so, you can either use an existing notification ID (from another sentinel for example), or create a new one.

The following notification channels are available:

  • email
  • slack
  • discord
  • telegram
  • datadog

The createNotificationChannel function requires the NotificationType and NotificationRequest parameters respectively, and returns a NotificationResponse object.

const notification = await client.createNotificationChannel('email', {
  name: 'MyEmailNotification',
  config: {
    emails: ['john@example.com'],
  },
  paused: false,
});

const notification = await client.createNotificationChannel('slack', {
  name: 'MySlackNotification',
  config: {
    url: 'https://slack.com/url/key',
  },
  paused: false,
});

const notification = await client.createNotificationChannel('telegram', {
  name: 'MyTelegramNotification',
  config: {
    botToken: 'abcd',
    chatId: '123',
  },
  paused: false,
});

const notification = await client.createNotificationChannel('discord', {
  name: 'MyDiscordNotification',
  config: {
    url: 'https://discord.com/url/key',
  },
  paused: false,
});

const notification = await client.createNotificationChannel('datadog', {
  name: 'MyDatadogNotification',
  config: {
    apiKey: 'abcd',
    metricPrefix: 'prefix',
  },
  paused: false,
});

List notifications

You can also list existing notification channels:

const notificationChannels = await client.listNotificationChannels();
const { notificationId, type } = notificationChannels[0];

This returns a NotificationResponse[] object.

Get a notification

You can also retrieve a single notification channel. The function takes as parameter the GetNotificationRequest object, which must include the type and notificationId properties.

await client.getNotificationChannel({ type: 'email', notificationId: 'e595ce88-f525-4d5d-b4b9-8e859310b6fb' });

This returns a NotificationResponse object.

Update a notification

You can also update a single notification channel. The function takes as parameter the UpdateNotificationRequest object which must include the type, notificationId and NotificationRequest properties.

await client.updateNotificationChannel({
  type: 'email',
  notificationId: 'e595ce88-f525-4d5d-b4b9-8e859310b6fb',
  name: 'MyUpdatedEmailNotification',
  config: {
    emails: ['johndoe@example.com'],
  },
  paused: false,
});

This returns a NotificationResponse object.

Delete a notification

You can also delete a notification channel. The function takes as a parameters the DeleteNotificationRequest object which must include the type and notificationId properties.

await client.deleteNotificationChannel({ type: 'email', notificationId: 'e595ce88-f525-4d5d-b4b9-8e859310b6fb' });

Create a Sentinel

There are two types of sentinels, BLOCK and FORTA. For more information on when to use which type, have a look at the documentation https://docs.openzeppelin.com/defender/sentinel#when-to-use.

To create a new sentinel, you need to provide the type, network, name, pause-state, conditions, alert threshold and notification configuration. This request is exported as type CreateSentinelRequest.

An example for a BLOCK sentinel is provided below. This sentinel will be named MyNewSentinel and will be monitoring the renounceOwnership function on the 0x0f06aB75c7DD497981b75CD82F6566e3a5CAd8f2 contract on the Rinkeby network. The alert threshold is set to 2 times within 1 hour, and the user will be notified via email.

const requestParameters = {
  type: 'BLOCK',
  network: 'rinkeby',
  // optional
  confirmLevel: 1, // if not set, we pick the blockwatcher for the chosen network with the lowest offset
  name: 'MyNewSentinel',
  address: '0x0f06aB75c7DD497981b75CD82F6566e3a5CAd8f2',
  abi: '[{"inputs":[],"stateMutability":"nonpayable","type":"constructor"},{...}]',
  // optional
  paused: false,
  // optional
  eventConditions: [],
  // optional
  functionConditions: [{ functionSignature: 'renounceOwnership()' }],
  // optional
  txCondition: 'gasPrice > 0',
  // optional
  autotaskCondition: '3dcfee82-f5bd-43e3-8480-0676e5c28964',
  // optional
  autotaskTrigger: undefined,
  // optional
  alertThreshold: {
    amount: 2,
    windowSeconds: 3600,
  },
  // optional
  alertTimeoutMs: 0,
  notificationChannels: [notification.notificationId],
};

If you wish to trigger the sentinel based on additional events, you could add another EventCondition or FunctionCondition object, for example:

functionConditions: [{ functionSignature: 'renounceOwnership()' }],
eventConditions: [
  {
    eventSignature: "OwnershipTransferred(address,address)",
    expression: "\"0xf5453Ac1b5A978024F0469ea36Be25887EA812b5,0x6B9501462d48F7e78Ba11c98508ee16d29a03412\""
  }
]

You could also apply a transaction condition by modifying the txCondition property: Possible variables: value, gasPrice, maxFeePerGas, maxPriorityFeePerGas, gasLimit, gasUsed, to, from, nonce, status ('success', 'failed' or 'any'), input, or transactionIndex.

txCondition: 'gasPrice > 0',

You can also construct a request for a FORTA sentinel as follows:

const requestParameters = {
  type: 'FORTA',
  name: 'MyNewFortaSentinel',
  // optional
  addresses: ['0x0f06aB75c7DD497981b75CD82F6566e3a5CAd8f2'],
  // optional
  // NOTE: Forta have changed the terminology for 'Agent' to 'Detection Bot'.
  // We will continue to refer to them as 'Agents' for now.
  // agentIDs should be a list of your Bot IDs
  agentIDs: ['0x8fe07f1a4d33b30be2387293f052c273660c829e9a6965cf7e8d485bcb871083'],
  fortaConditions: {
    // optional
    alertIDs: undefined, // string[]
    minimumScannerCount: 1, // default is 1
    // optional
    severity: 2, // (unknown=0, info=1, low=2, medium=3, high=4, critical=5)
  },
  // optional
  paused: false,
  // optional
  autotaskCondition: '3dcfee82-f5bd-43e3-8480-0676e5c28964',
  // optional
  autotaskTrigger: undefined,
  // optional
  alertThreshold: {
    amount: 2,
    windowSeconds: 3600,
  },
  // optional
  alertTimeoutMs: 0,
  notificationChannels: [notification.notificationId],
};

Once you have these parameters all setup, you can create a sentinel by calling the create function on the client. This will return a CreateSentinelResponse object.

await client.create(requestParameters);

Additionally, the sentinel could invoke an autotask to further evaluate. Documentation around this can be found here: https://docs.openzeppelin.com/defender/sentinel#autotask_conditions.

// If other conditions match, the sentinel will invoke this autotask to further evaluate.
autotaskCondition: '3dcfee82-f5bd-43e3-8480-0676e5c28964',
// Define autotask within the notification configuration
autotaskTrigger: '1abfee11-a5bc-51e5-1180-0675a5b24c61',

Retrieve a Sentinel

You can retrieve a sentinel by ID. This will return a CreateSentinelResponse object.

await client.get('8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1');

Update a Sentinel

To update a sentinel, you can call the update function on the client. This will require the sentinel ID and a UpdateSentinelRequest object as parameters:

await client.update('8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1', { name: 'My Updated Name', paused: true });

Delete a Sentinel

You can delete a sentinel by ID. This will return a DeletedSentinelResponse object.

await client.delete('8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1');

Pause and unpause a Sentinel

You can pause and unpause a sentinel by ID. This will return a CreateSentinelResponse object.

await client.pause('8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1');
await client.unpause('8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1');

Failed Requests

Failed requests might return the following example response object:

{
  response: {
    status: 404,
    statusText: 'Not Found',
    data: {
      message: 'subscriber with id 8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1 not found.'
    }
  },
  message: 'Request failed with status code 404',
  request: {
    path: '/subscribers/8181d9e0-88ce-4db0-802a-2b56e2e6a7b1',
    method: 'GET'
  }
}

FAQ

Can I use this package in a browser?

This package is not designed to be used in a browser environment. Using this package requires sensitive API KEYS that should not be exposed publicly.

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Last updated on 11 Apr 2024

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