Laravel Authentication Log provides authentication logger and notification for Laravel.

v1.4.3 2021-08-04 01:14 UTC

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Last update: 2023-09-28 10:16:06 UTC


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Laravel Authentication Log requires Laravel 5.5 or higher, and PHP 7.0+.

You may use Composer to install Laravel Authentication Log into your Laravel project:

composer require yadahan/laravel-authentication-log


After installing the Laravel Authentication Log, publish its config, migration and view, using the vendor:publish Artisan command:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Yadahan\AuthenticationLog\AuthenticationLogServiceProvider"

Next, you need to migrate your database. The Laravel Authentication Log migration will create the table your application needs to store authentication logs:

php artisan migrate

Finally, add the AuthenticationLogable and Notifiable traits to your authenticatable model (by default, App\User model). These traits provides various methods to allow you to get common authentication log data, such as last login time, last login IP address, and set the channels to notify the user when login from a new device:

use Illuminate\Notifications\Notifiable;
use Yadahan\AuthenticationLog\AuthenticationLogable;
use Illuminate\Foundation\Auth\User as Authenticatable;

class User extends Authenticatable
    use Notifiable, AuthenticationLogable;

Basic Usage

Get all authentication logs for the user:


Get the user last login info:



Get the user previous login time & ip address (ignoring the current login):



Notify login from a new device

Notifications may be sent on the mail, nexmo, and slack channels. By default notify via email.

You may define notifyAuthenticationLogVia method to determine which channels the notification should be delivered on:

 * The Authentication Log notifications delivery channels.
 * @return array
public function notifyAuthenticationLogVia()
    return ['nexmo', 'mail', 'slack'];

Of course you can disable notification by set the notify option in your config/authentication-log.php configuration file to false:

'notify' => env('AUTHENTICATION_LOG_NOTIFY', false),

Clear old logs

You may clear the old authentication log records using the authentication-log:clear Artisan command:

php artisan authentication-log:clear

Records that is older than the number of days specified in the older option in your config/authentication-log.php will be deleted:

'older' => 365,


Thank you for considering contributing to the Laravel Authentication Log.


Laravel Authentication Log is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.