Securely send & receive request to URL from your application
It’s a common misconception that you should put a Discord Webhook URL in the URL field. While it’s possible to use Discord webhooks with KeyAuth webhooks, it isn’t the main use; and requires extra configuration.
First, you’re going to want to navigate to and then click the Add Webhook button.
Put anything you don’t want the user of your application to be able to view or manipulate. So if you were using KeyAuth webhooks to send a request to KeyAuth SellerAPI for example, you’re going to want to ensure you have the ?sellerkey=sellerkeyhere and &type=whatever set as part of the URL in the dashboard. If you don’t do this, users of your loader would be able to delete whatever they wanted with SellerAPI, or add keys, etc.
Read the above paragraph very carefully, so that you don't accidentally allow the attacker to deface your application.
Press Submit when you’re finished. You’ll then be shown a Webhook ID. Copy that ID and place in your application code as such.
Then, if you’d like, you can specify URL parameters. These are appended to the URL you submitted on the dashboard. So, if you submit the URL on the Dashboard and then have the parameters &user=userNameHere in the loader, this will be appended to create the URL which KeyAuth server will send a request to
string resp = KeyAuthApp.webhook("6uRv6YKqv1", "&user=userNameHere");
Additionally and also optionally, you can specify a request body and the content type. This is what you would need to do to send messages to a Discord Webhook. See C# code snippet below
string resp = KeyAuthApp.webhook("6uRv6YKqv1", "", "{\"content\": \"webhook message here\",\"embeds\": null}", "application/json"); // if Discord webhook message successful, response will be empty
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