PythX is a Python library for the MythX API.
Its goal is to facilitate development of use cases that go beyond bare API interaction by making it easy for developers to hook into high-level interfaces. When writing a complex tool around MythX you shouldn’t have to worry about refreshing your JWT tokens regularly or basic consistency checking of your requests. PythX takes these tedious tasks away from you - unless you explicitly tell it not to.
PythX runs on Python 3.5+.
To get started, simply run
$ pip3 install pythx
Alternatively, clone the repository and run
$ pip3 install .
Or directly through Python’s
$ python3 setup.py install
PythX aims to provide an easy-to-use interface to the official MythX API. Its goal is to turbocharge tool development and make it easy to deal with even complex use cases.
from pythx import Client # login as free trial user c = Client(eth_address="0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000", password="trial") # submit bytecode, source files, their AST and more! resp = c.analyze(bytecode="0xfe") # wait for the analysis to finish while not c.analysis_ready(resp.uuid): time.sleep(1) # have all your security report data at your fingertips for issue in c.report(resp.uuid): print(issue.swc_title or "Undefined", "-", issue.description_short) # Output: # Assert Violation - A reachable exception has been detected. # Undefined - MythX API trial mode.
The PythX CLI has now become the MythX CLI!¶
Originally, the PythX CLI was a proof of concept to display to interested developers what can be done using the library. The interest in the CLI grew so large that a lot of developers contacted me and asked for support and new features.
This is the PSA that I will no longer maintain the PythX CLI. But wait! There’s more!
Because a PoC is not exactly what you would call future-proof and maintainable software, I have decided to do a complete revamp. It is called mythx-cli and incorporates all feature requests I have gotten so far. Check it out here and let me know what you think!