Backendless MFA monitoring
Monitor your online applications without worrying about the hosting platform, bills, and servers. Run simple crontab task to oversee the actual state of the MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) among different services like AWS (Amazon Web Services), Github, Google, Slack and more.
- Node.JS (>= 5.0.0) and NPM installed
- Webtask CLI - https://webtask.io/cli
- Webtask.io account (it's free) - webtask.io
Update your current installation
If you have the MFA monitor already configured (
build/config.json file exists) then you can update both the webtask source code and the cron job in two simple steps:
git pull --rebase npm run configure:webtasks npm run update
What it does is:
- Update the source code of all installed webtasks (notifiers and monitors).
- Reconfigure your webtasks (old config settings are used if any exists).
- Reinstall cron job using the newest source code.
Installing for the first time
The installation consists of two simple steps. The first one is the NPM dependency installation process and the second one is the MFA monitor configuration.
npm install npm run start
Configuration and update
Configuration process allows modifying settings for individual components without starting from scratch. Settings are stored inside
build directory as
Available commands are:
npm run start - fully automated process, configure, build, install npm run build - build all tasks npm run build:webtasks - build only webtasks npm run configure - configure all tasks npm run configure:cron - configure only cron settings npm run configure:sandbox - configure sandbox settings npm run configure:webtasks - configure webtasks settings npm run update - update remote notifiers, monitors and cron worker
It works with every service with an API access to information about the MFA state for particular accounts. Feel free to create a new connector and share with people by sending the pull request.
This project is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.