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PayPal Magnes

Last updated: 29-Mar-2022
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Overview

This tutorial guides you to the steps required to integrate PayPal Magnes code into your mobile web page after you have activated PayPal as a payment method with Verifone. For the desktop site web page, please refer to PayPal Fraudnet.

PayPal Magnes accesses iOS and Android data for PayPal Risk Services to perform early risk identification and mitigation.

Magnes implementation 

Magnes is integrated within the client app. It collects device-related information required for risk management. Magnes sends the information to PayPal Risk Services, which performs risk adjudication, thus providing a better customer experience.

Magnes payment flow

  1. Generate a Tracking ID / AppGuid. Refer PayPal Risk Analysis for this.
  2. Add required Android permissions or iOS frameworks.
  3. The mobile app sets up Magnes.
  4. Magnes accepts the Tracking ID passed in and sends it to the app.
  5. Magnes collects and submits a payload of key device information along with the Tracking ID to PayPal Risk Services.
  6. During transactions, the mobile app sends the transaction, along with the Tracking ID, to the merchant server.
  7. The merchant server includes the PayPalFraudId header with the Tracking ID as the value in the call to the Verifone transaction API calls.
  8. PayPal Risk Services utilizes the payload data to perform risk management for the transaction and reduce friction.

Magnes does not make payment or risk decisions, it only provides data to PayPal Risk Services to facilitate risk management.

Integrate Magnes

The Magnes library provides a set of APIs that host apps can invoke to use Magnes. You can integrate Magnes into these operating systems:

Android integration

Before you begin, the following table lists prerequisite information for integrating Magnes on the Android platform:

Prerequisite Description
OS version Use the latest Android version, if possible
Software configuration The central class for Magnes is lib.android.paypal.com.magnessdk.MagnesSDK.
This class provides single access for the host app.

Adding permissions

Before initializing the Magnes library, you must add permissions and metadata settings in the app's manifest file so Magnes can access essential mobile data for risk assessment.

Add the following in AndroidManifest.XML:

<manifest>
  <!-- following permissions are optional -->
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" />
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" />
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE" />
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE" />
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS" />
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
  <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE" />
  <!-- for reading GSF ID -->
  <uses-permission
   android:name="com.google.android.providers.gsf.permission.READ_GSERVICES" />
</manifest>
 

Setting up Magnes

Magnes must be set up at app startup. The setUp call is executed only once per lifecycle of a Magnes Singleton Instance. The Setup parameters and methods listed below are optional. You can set Magnes to use either a simple or advanced setup. The advanced setup gives more customizability and the option to pass in more parameters. Most developers will opt for a simple setup. Use the parameters with which you are familiar, otherwise build a default setup without using any parameter.

Magnes setup – simple

MagnesSettings magnesSettings = new MagnesSettings.Builder(context).build();
MagnesSDK.getInstance().setUp(magnesSettings);

Magnes setup – advanced

magnesSettings = new MagnesSettings.Builder(@NonNull Context context)
        .setAppGuid(@Size(max = APPGUID_MAXLENGTH) String appGuid)
        .setMagnesSource(@MagnesSource.SourceFlow int sourceFlow)
        .setNotificationToken(String notificationToken)
        .setMagnesNetworkingFactory
           (MagnesNetworkingFactoryImpl magnesNetworkingFactoryImpl)
        .enableNetworkOnCallerThread(boolean networkOnCallerThread)
        .disableRemoteConfig(boolean disableRemoteConfig)
        .build();
MagnesSDK.getInstance().setUp(magnesSettings);
 

Setup parameters and methods

Parameter or Method Data Type Description
context Context Android application context
setAppGuid() String Sets an application's globally unique identifier, which identifies the merchant application that sets up Magnes on the mobile device. If the merchant app does not pass an AppGuid, Magnes creates one to identify the app. If the app is installed or reinstalled, it receives a new AppGuid. Maximum length: 36 characters.

SetMagnesSource()

IntDef

Integration defined sources: MagnesSource.PAYPAL,   MagnesSource.EBAY, and MagnesSource.BRAINTREE. If none of these apply to your integration, either use MagnesSource.DEFAULT or do not set a source.

disableRemoteConfig()

Boolean Toggle to trigger a remote configuration networking call. It triggers once per application lifecycle. The default is false.
enableNetworkOnCallerThread() Boolean Enable a network call on the current caller thread.
Note: It might throw a NetworkOnMainThreadException if your caller thread is the main thread.
setMagnesNetworking
Factory()
MagnesNetworkingFactoryImpl Magnes uses this custom networking factory instead of the Magnes default one to trigger the networking call. You must implement   MagnesNetworking and   MagnesNetworkingFactory.

iOS Swift SDK Integration

Before you begin, the following table lists prerequisite information for integrating Magnes on the iOS platform:

Prerequisite Description
OS version Using the latest iOS version is recommended
Software configuration You can use the Magnes iOS Swift library for apps written in the Swift language
MagnesSDK MagnesSDK is the central class for the Swift library. It provides singleton access for the host app.

Designate frameworks

Before you initialize Magnes, you must set several frameworks as required so Magnes can access essential mobile data for risk assessment. For example, by setting CoreLocation.framework as required, Magnes can access the current location of the mobile device.

Set the following frameworks as required.

  • Security.framework
  • CFNetwork.framework
  • SystemConfiguration.framework
  • MessageUI.framework
  • CoreLocation.framework
  • Foundation.framework
  • CommonCrypto.framework
  • UIKit.framework

For more information about setting up frameworks as required, visit https://developer.apple.com.

Import PPRiskMagnes.framework

You must add the library to the application for accessing the APIs in the app. The library is contained in an added framework. To import the Swift library, link PPRiskMagnes.framework to the app, go to Build Phases and select Link Binaries with Libraries.

Set up Magnes for Swift

Magnes must be set up at app startup. The setUp call is executed only once per lifecycle of a Magnes Singleton Instance. The Setup Parameters below are optional. You can set it up with empty string values. Use the parameters with which you are familiar, otherwise build a default setup without using any parameter.

The setUp call either passes the merchant app’s app_guid, or Magnes creates an app_guid to identify the app. An app_guid is a unique installation identifier of the app for a particular mobile device. If the app is reinstalled, a new app_guid is generated.

Magnes setup Swift App to Swift SDK – simple

MagnesSDK magnesSDK = MagnesSDK.shared()
magnesSDK.setup()

Magnes setup Swift App to Swift SDK – advanced

//@objc public func setUp(setOptionalAppGuid appGuid: String = "",
//                      disableRemoteConfiguration isDisabled: Bool = false,
//                      magnesSource source: MagnesSource =
//                      MagnesSource.DEFAULT)


MagnesSDK magnesSDK = MagnesSDK.shared()
magnesSDK.setUp(setOptionalAppGuid: "YOUR-APPGUID",
                setOptionalAPNToken:"YOUR-APP-NOTIFICATION-TOKEN",
                disableRemoteConfiguration: false,
                magnesSource: MagnesSource)
 

Magnes setup Objective-C App to Swift MagnesSDK

Import the exposed classes from library using the following statement:

#import <PPRiskMagnes/PPRiskMagnes-Swift.h>
//@objc public func setUp(setEnviroment env: Environment = Environment.LIVE,
//                            setOptionalAppGuid appGuid: String = "",
//                            setOptionalAPNToken apnToken: String = "",
//                            disableRemoteConfiguration isRemoteConfigDisabled:
//                            Bool = false,
//                            disableBeacon isBeaconDisabled: Bool = false,
//                            magnesSource source: MagnesSource =
//                            MagnesSource.DEFAULT)

MagnesSDK *magnessdk =  [MagnesSDK shared];
[magnesSDK setUpWithSetEnviroment:EnvironmentLIVE
                    setOptionalAppGuid:@"YOUR-APPGUID"
                    setOptionalAPNToken:@"YOUR-APNS-TOKEN"
                    disableRemoteConfiguration:false
                    disableBeacon:false
                    magnesSource:MagnesSourceDEFAULT];

Setup parameters and methods

Parameter Name Data Type Description
setAppGuid() String Sets an application's globally unique identifier, which identifies the merchant application that sets up Magnes on the mobile device. If the merchant app does not pass an AppGuid, Magnes creates one to identify the app. If the app is installed or reinstalled, it receives a new AppGuid. Maximum length: 36 characters.
SetOptionalAPNToken String Use an Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) token to send notifications to the mobile device
DisableRemoteConfiguration Boolean Enables the consumer app to receive the latest Magnes configuration settings. The default is false.
MagnesSource MagnesSource Integration defined sources: MagnesSource.PAYPAL,   MagnesSource.EBAY, and MagnesSource.BRAINTREE. If none of these apply to your integration, either use MagnesSource.DEFAULT or do not set a source.

Collect and submit the payload

When the user launches the mobile app, Magnes remains active only while the SetupCollect, and CollectAndSubmit methods are called. It does not passively collect data in the background.

You can turn on the debugging log to ensure that Magnes is running successfully.

Magnes generates and returns a new PayPal-Client-Metadata-Id, which is a unique 32-character string. Upon collecting the core and dynamic data, Magnes causes the library to submit an asynchronous payload to PayPal Risk Services.

Ordinarily, Magnes generates the PayPal-Client-Metadata-Id, but you can pass in a value to be used as the ID.

Collect data

Execute the following code snippet to trigger the library to collect the payload data.

Swift App to Swift SDK: Collect data – simple

let magnesResult:MagnesResult = MagnesSDK.shared().collect()

Swift App to Swift SDK: Collect data – advanced

let magnesResult:MagnesResult = MagnesSDK.shared().collect(cmid: String,
  additionalData: [String: String])

Objective C App to Swift Library: Collect data – simple

MagnesResult *magnesResult = [[MagnesSDK shared] collect];

Objective C App to Swift Library: Collect data – advanced

MagnesResult *magnesResult = [[MagnesSDK shared]
collectWithPayPalClientMetadataId:"YOUR-TRACKING-ID"
withAdditionalData: (NSDictionary<NSString *,NSString *>)];
 

Collect and submit data

Execute the following code snippets to trigger the library to collect the payload data and send it to the PayPal server.

Swift App to Swift SDK: Collect and submit – simple

let magnesResult:MagnesResult = MagnesSDK.shared().collectAndSubmit()

Swift App to Swift SDK: Collect and submit – advanced

// @objc public func collect(withPayPalClientMetadataId cmid: String,
//                          withAdditionalData additionalData: [String: String])
//                          -> MagnesResult

let magnesResult:MagnesResult =
MagnesSDK.shared().collectAndSubmit(withPayPalClientMetadataId:
  "YOUR-TRACKING-ID", withAdditionalData: [String: String])

From Objective C App to Swift SDK – simple

MagnesResult *magnesResult =  [[MagnesSDK shared] collectAndSubmit];

From Objective C App to Swift SDK – advanced

Collect and Submit: Advanced
//@objc public func collectAndSubmit(withPayPalClientMetadataId cmid: String,
//                          withAdditionalData additionalData: [String: String])
//                             -> MagnesResult
//

MagnesResult *magnesResult =  [[MagnesSDK shared]
collectAndSubmitWithPayPalClientMetadataId:(NSString *)
withAdditionalData:(NSDictionary<NSString *,NSString *>)];
 

Submit additional data

The merchant can include any additional wanted key-value pair data in the Magnes payload. To pass additional data as a dictionary of key-value pairs, execute the above code snippet with the following parameters.

The following table lists parameters you can pass in the payload, including additional wanted data as key-value pairs.

Parameter Data Type Description
Tracking Id String Your own unique identifier for the payload. If you do not pass in this value, a new Tracking Id is generated per method call. Maximum length: 32 characters.
withAdditionalData String Any key-value pair in NSDictionary is injected into the payload submitted to the PayPal server

Get the Magnes result

In every data collection call, the Magnes Library returns to the caller a MagnesResult containing the latest device information and the Tracking Id:

Get the MagnesResult from Swift app to Swift SDK

// cached the MagnesResult from previous collectAndSubmit call.

let magnesResult:MagnesResult = MagnesSDK.shared().collectAndSubmit()

let paypalcmid:String = magnesResult.getPayPalClientMetaDataId()
var magnesPayload: [String: Any] =  magnesResult.getDeviceInfo()

The following table lists methods you can use in a data collection call.

Method Data Type Description
getPaypalClientMetaDataId() String The newly generated (or passed in) Tracking Id from the latest API call
getDeviceInfo() NSDictionary A full device information payload. This payload is identical to the payload submitted to the PayPal server.

Get the MagnesResult from from Objective C app to Swift library

// cached the MagnesResult from previous collectAndSubmit call.
// MagnesResult *magnesResult =  [[MagnesSDK shared] collectAndSubmit];

NSString* cmid = [magnesResult getPayPalClientMetaDataId];
NSDictionary* payloadDict = [magnesResult getDeviceInfo];
 
Method Data Type Description
getPaypalClientMetaDataId() String The newly generated (or passed in) Tracking Id from the latest API call
getDeviceInfo() JSONObject A full device information payload. This payload is identical to the payload submitted to the PayPal server.
 

Send the PayPal-Client-Metadata-ID from the merchant server to PayPal

The Tracking Id pairs the Magnes payload in the context of a PayPal transaction payment, login, or consent, or other PayPal activity.

When the merchant server makes a call to Verifone Transactions APIs, that payment call must include the most recent Tracking Id that Magnes (or the merchant app) provided. For most REST APIs, you must include in the call header the PayPalFraudId header with the ID’s most recent value as that key’s value.

iOS Objective-C SDK Integration of Magnes

Before you begin, the following table lists prerequisite information for integrating Magnes on the iOS platform:

Prerequisite Description
OS version Using the latest iOS version is recommended
Software configuration Magnes iOS Objective-C library supports apps written in Objective-C. PPRMOCMagnesSDK is the central interface for Objective-C library. It provides singleton access to the host app.

Designate frameworks

Before you initialize Magnes, you must set several frameworks as required so that Magnes can access essential mobile data for risk assessment. For example, by setting CoreLocation.framework as required, Magnes can access the current location of the mobile device.

Set the following frameworks as required.

  • Security.framework
  • CFNetwork.framework
  • SystemConfiguration.framework
  • MessageUI.framework
  • CoreLocation.framework
  • Foundation.framework
  • CommonCrypto.framework
  • UIKit.framework

For more information about setting up frameworks as required, visit https://developer.apple.com.

Import the library

You must add the library to the application for accessing the APIs in the app. The library is contained in a framework you can add. To import the Objective-C library, link libPPRiskMagnesOC.a to the app, then go to Build Phases and select Link Binaries with Libraries. Import the following files from the Objective-C library: PPRMOCMagnesSDK.hPPRMOCMagnesSDKResult.h

Set up Magnes for Objective-C

Magnes must be set up at app startup. The setUp call is executed only once per lifecycle of a Magnes Singleton Instance. The Setup Parameters below are optional. You can set it up with empty string values.

The setUp call either passes the merchant app’s app_guid, or Magnes creates an app_guid to identify the app. An app_guid is a unique installation identifier of the app for a particular mobile device. If the app is reinstalled, a new app_guid is generated.

Magnes setup – simple

PPRMOCMagnesSDK *PPRMOCMagnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];

Magnes setup – advanced

- (void)setUpOptionalAppGuid:(NSString *)appGuid
        withOptionalAPNToken:(NSString *)apnToken
  disableRemoteConfiguration:(Boolean)isDisabled
             forMagnesSource:(MagnesSourceFlow)magnesSource;

PPRMOCMagnesSDK *PPRMOCMagnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];
[_PPRMOCMagnesSDK  setOptionalAppGuid: "YOUR-APPGUID",
             withOptionalAPNToken:"YOUR-APP-NOTIFICATION-TOKEN",
             disableRemoteConfiguration: false,
             forMagnesSource: MAGNES_SOURCE_DEFAULT];

Setup parameters and methods

Parameter Name Data Type Description
setOptionalAppGuid String Sets an application's globally unique identifier, which identifies the merchant application that sets up Magnes on the mobile device. If the merchant app does not pass an AppGuid, Magnes creates one to identify the app. If the app is installed or reinstalled, it receives a new AppGuid. Maximum length: 36 characters.
withOptionalAPNToken String Use an Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) token to send notifications to the mobile device.
disableRemoteConfiguration Boolean Enables the consumer app to receive the latest Magnes configuration settings. The default is false.
forMagnesSource MagnesSource Integration defined sources:
MAGNES_SOURCE_PAYPAL = 10,
MAGNES_SOURCE_EBAY = 11,
MAGNES_SOURCE_BRAINTREE = 12,
MAGNES_SOURCE_DEFAULT = -1

Collect and submit the payload

When the user launches the mobile app, Magnes remains active only while the SetupCollect, and CollectAndSubmit methods are called. It does not passively collect data in the background.

You can turn on the debugging log to ensure that Magnes is running successfully.

Magnes generates and returns a new Tracking Id, which is a unique 32-character string. Upon collecting the core and dynamic data, Magnes triggers the library, which transmits an asynchronous payload to PayPal Risk Services.

Ordinarily, Magnes generates the Tracking Id, but you can pass in a value to be used as the ID.

Collect data from Objective-C app

Execute the following code snippets to trigger the Objective-C library to collect the payload data.

Collect data – simple

//PPRMOCMagnesSDK *magnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];
PPRMOCMagnesSDKResult *magnesResult = [magnesSDK collect];

Collect data – advanced

//PPRMOCMagnesSDK *magnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];
PPRMOCMagnesSDKResult *magnesResult =
[magnesSDK collectWithPayPalClientMetadataId:"YOUR-TRACKING-ID"
      withAdditionalData:@{}];
 

Collect and submit data from Objective-C app

Execute the following code snippet to trigger the library to collect the payload data and send it to the PayPal server.

Collect and submit – simple

//PPRMOCMagnesSDK *magnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];
PPRMOCMagnesSDKResult *magnesResult = [magnesSDK collectAndSubmit];

Collect and submit – advanced

//PPRMOCMagnesSDK *magnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];
PPRMOCMagnesSDKResult *magnesResult =
[magnesSDK
collectAndSubmitWithPayPalClientMetadataId:@"YOUR-TRACKING-ID"
withAdditionalData:@{}];
 

Specifying additional data

The merchant can include any additional wanted key-value pair data in the Magnes payload. To pass additional data as a dictionary of key-value pairs, execute the following code snippets.

Parameter Data Type Description
withPaypalClientMetaDataId id String Your own unique identifier for the payload. If you do not pass in this value, a new Tracking Id is generated per method call. Maximum length: 32 characters.
withAdditionalData data [String: String] Any key-value pair in this dictionary is injected into the payload submitted to the PayPal server

Get the Magnes result

In every data collection call, the Magnes Library returns to the caller a MagnesResult containing the latest device information and the Tracking Id:

Get the MagnesResult from Objective-C app

// cached the MagnesResult from previous collectAndSubmit call.
PPRMOCMagnesSDK *magnesSDK = [PPRMOCMagnesSDK shared];
PPRMOCMagnesSDKResult *magnesResult = [magnesSDK collectAndSubmit];

NSString *payPalClinetMetaDataId = [magnesResult getPayPalClientMetaDataId];
NSDictionary *deviceInfo = [magnesResult getDeviceInfo];

The following table lists methods you can use in a data collection call.

Method Data Type Description
getPaypalClientMetaDataId() String The newly generated (or passed in) Tracking Id from the latest API call
getDeviceInfo() JSONObject A full device information payload. This payload is identical to the payload submitted to the PayPal server.

Send the PayPal-Client-Metadata-ID from the merchant server to PayPal

The Tracking Id pairs the Magnes payload in the context of a PayPal transaction payment, login, or consent, or other PayPal activity.

When the merchant server makes a call to Verifone Transactions APIs, that payment call must include the most recent Tracking Id that Magnes (or the merchant app) provided. For most REST APIs, you must include in the call header the PayPalFraudId header with the ID’s most recent value as that key’s value.

For other APIs, refer to the API documentation or integration details provided by your PayPal representative.

Data collection, usage, and privacy

Magnes collects mobile device data based on the permissions granted during the installation of the mobile app.

Data collected by Magnes is used for risk analysis and authentication. Verifone and PayPal do not share Magnes data with third parties for their own benefit.

Sample payloads

The following are sample payloads as an aid in interpreting the results of your Magnes app. The samples include one payload each of Android and iOS data, listed by parameter names in alphabetical order.

Android sample payload

{
    "android_id": "e54d2783a24c5a93",
    "app_first_install_time": 1485391650466,
    "app_guid": "16dd2f5f-3496-4953-8021-00b45950bdeb",
    "app_id": "com.paypal.android.lib.riskcomponentsample",
    "app_last_update_time": 1486085153926,
    "app_version": "1.0",
    "bssid": "6c:f3:7f:b9:1e:90",
    "bssid_array": ["6c:f3:7f:b9:1e:90","6c:f3:7f:b9:1e:92"],
    "cdma_network_id": -1,
    "cdma_system_id": -1,
    "cell_id": 21181955,
    "comp_version": "3.5.7.release",
    "conf_url": "https://www.paypalobjects.com/webstatic/risk/dyson_config_android_v3.json",
    "conf_version": "3.0",
    "conn_type": "MOBILE",
    "dc_id": "50fd71cdaeb32cfc7421703646d30489",
    "device_id": "352530080310824",
    "device_model": "Pixel XL",
    "device_name": "marlin",
    "device_uptime": 798843490,
    "ds": false,
    "gsf_id": "3d6eefb279e2e84a",
    "ip_addresses": ["192.0.0.4","fe80::c8ec:37ff:fe6b:6141%dummy0","2607:fb90:a74b:2d64:ba05:3877:ad93:4bdd","fe80::ba05:3877:ad93:4bdd%rmnet_data0","fe80::5df9:65ee:ffa6:96ce %rmnet_data7","fe80::a918:e8bd:ad79:d8cc%r_rmnet_data0"],
    "ip_addrs": "192.0.0.4",
    "is_emulator": false,
    "is_rooted": false,
    "known_apps": ["com.my-org.mobile/com.my-org.mobile.activities. my-org"],
    "linker_id": "f76d48e7-63f8-4be9-bd4d-08edaa4d59b3",
    "locale_country": "US",
    "locale_lang": "en",
    "location": {"lat":37.3760446,"lng":-121.9216664,"acc":19.872,"timestamp":1486085186851},
    "location_area_code": "14940",
    "location_auth_status": "unknown",
    "mac_addrs": "02:00:00:00:00:00",
    "network_operator": "310260",
    "notif_token": "test notif token",
    "os_type": "Android",
    "os_version": "7.1.1",
    "pairing_id": "1d7706b1f3ba46bdbe46832aa99852cf",
    "payload_type": "full",
    "phone_type": "gsm",
    "pm": "fe3e",
    "risk_comp_session_id": "1fe8a38f-c4ad-4cbe-84bb-e340d953160b",
    "roaming": false,
    "serial_number": "HT68J0207231",
    "sim_operator_name": "T-Mobile",
    "sim_serial_number": "8901260533554717229",
    "sms_enabled": true,
    "source_app": 0,
    "source_app_version": "1.9.9",
    "ssid": "PayPalGuest",
    "subscriber_id": "310260535471755",
    "timestamp": 1486085312082,
    "total_storage_space": 26109874176,
    "tz": "-28800000",
    "tz_name": "Pacific Standard Time",
    "vpn_setting": "tun0"
}
 

iOS sample payload

{
    "app_guid": "b286802c-de9d-4c30-8ecb-42c2d2dfe3e4",
    "app_id": "com.paypal.Dyson",
    "app_version": "1.0",
    "c": "48",
    "cloud_identifier": "7027fff5-fde0-44ab-8b25-6cb4a928de8f",
    "comp_version": "3.5.7",
    "conf_url": "https:\/\/www.paypalobjects.com\/webstatic\/risk\/dyson_config_ios_v4.json",
    "conf_version": "4.0",
    "conn_type": "wifi",
    "dc_id": "11e7d85632c3142b07ffeee4516629a3",
    "device_model": "Simulator",
    "device_name": "Eddie's Papa",
    "ds": false,
    "email_configured": false,
    "ip_addresses": ["::1","127.0.0.1","fe80::1","fe80::c6b3:1ff:febd:30c9","10.225.90.250", "fe80::c034:cdff:fe5c:13e3"],
    "ip_addrs": "10.225.90.250",
    "is_emulator": true,
    "is_rooted": false,
    "known_apps": ["com.my-org.mobile/com.my-org.mobile.activities.my-org"],
    "linker_id": "a0cefbe4-b445-47d1-a964-bd39e8c0ea8d",
    "local_identifier": "0579a19c-f302-4242-a481-a2f49689a6ff",
    "locale_country": "US",
    "locale_lang": "en",
    "location": {"lng":-122.03076342,"lat":37.33123666,"timestamp":1486084281488,"acc":30},
    "location_auth_status": "denied",
    "notif_token": "null",
    "os_type": "iOS",
    "os_version": "10.1",
    "pairing_id": "b2d32ea3df86477da25523d1cc19d37b",
    "payload_type": "full",
    "pin_lock_last_timestamp": null,
    "pm": "338723cb",
    "risk_comp_session_id": "8fb8114e-2079-436a-bec9-583bffcb108c",
    "sms_enabled": false,
    "source_app": 10,
    "source_app_version": "1.0",
    "timestamp": 1486084490678,
    "total_storage_space": 499082485760,
    "tz": "-28800000",
    "tz_name": "America\/Los_Angeles",
    "vendor_identifier": "20C722AF-BDC7-4107-8C07-5FA1875AA7F1",
    "vpn_setting": "tun0"
}
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