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🕷Venom Bot🕸

Venom is a high-performance system developed with JavaScript to create a bot for WhatsApp, support for creating any interaction, such as customer service, media sending, sentence recognition based on artificial intelligence and all types of design architecture for WhatsApp.

Getting Started •
Basic Function •
Documentation

Request Support Group Access In Whatsapp
🕷🕷 Functions Venom🕷🕷

Automatic QR Refresh

Send text, image, video, audio and docs

Get contacts, chats, groups, group members, Block List

Send contacts

Send stickers

Send stickers GIF

Multiple Sessions

Forward Messages

Receive message

insert user section

📍 Send location!!

🕸🕸and much more

Documentation at https://orkestral.github.io/venom/index.html
Installation
> npm i –save venom-bot
or for Nightly releases:
> npm i –save https://github.com/orkestral/venom/releases/download/nightly/venom-bot-nightly.tgz
Getting started
// Supports ES6
// import { create, Whatsapp } from ‘venom-bot’;
const venom = require(‘venom-bot’);

venom
.create()
.then((client) => start(client))
.catch((erro) => {
console.log(erro);
});

function start(client) {
client.onMessage((message) => {
if (message.body === ‘Hi’ && message.isGroupMsg === false) {
client
.sendText(message.from, ‘Welcome Venom 🕷’)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});
}
});
}
After executing create() function, venom will create an instance of whatsapp web. If you are not logged in, it will print a QR code in the terminal. Scan it with your phone and you are ready to go!
Venom will remember the session so there is no need to authenticate everytime.
Multiples sessions can be created at the same time by pasing a session name to create() function:
// Init sales whatsapp bot
venom.create(‘sales’).then((salesClient) => {…});

// Init support whatsapp bot
venom.create(‘support’).then((supportClient) => {…});
Optional create parameters
Venom create() method third parameter can have the following optional parameters:
const venom = require(‘venom-bot’);

venom
.create(
//session
‘sessionName’, //Pass the name of the client you want to start the bot
//catchQR
(base64Qrimg, asciiQR, attempts, urlCode) => {
console.log(‘Number of attempts to read the qrcode: ‘, attempts);
console.log(‘Terminal qrcode: ‘, asciiQR);
console.log(‘base64 image string qrcode: ‘, base64Qrimg);
console.log(‘urlCode (data-ref): ‘, urlCode);
},
// statusFind
(statusSession, session) => {
console.log(‘Status Session: ‘, statusSession); //return isLogged || notLogged || browserClose || qrReadSuccess || qrReadFail || autocloseCalled || desconnectedMobile || deleteToken
//Create session wss return “serverClose” case server for close
console.log(‘Session name: ‘, session);
},
// options
{
folderNameToken: ‘tokens’, //folder name when saving tokens
mkdirFolderToken: ”, //folder directory tokens, just inside the venom folder, example: { mkdirFolderToken: ‘/node_modules’, } //will save the tokens folder in the node_modules directory
headless: true, // Headless chrome
devtools: false, // Open devtools by default
useChrome: true, // If false will use Chromium instance
debug: false, // Opens a debug session
logQR: true, // Logs QR automatically in terminal
browserWS: ”, // If u want to use browserWSEndpoint
browserArgs: [”], // Parameters to be added into the chrome browser instance
puppeteerOptions: {}, // Will be passed to puppeteer.launch
disableSpins: true, // Will disable Spinnies animation, useful for containers (docker) for a better log
disableWelcome: true, // Will disable the welcoming message which appears in the beginning
updatesLog: true, // Logs info updates automatically in terminal
autoClose: 60000, // Automatically closes the venom-bot only when scanning the QR code (default 60 seconds, if you want to turn it off, assign 0 or false)
createPathFileToken: false, //creates a folder when inserting an object in the client’s browser, to work it is necessary to pass the parameters in the function create browserSessionToken
},
// BrowserSessionToken
// To receive the client’s token use the function await clinet.getSessionTokenBrowser()
{
WABrowserId: ‘”UnXjH…..”‘,
WASecretBundle:
‘{“key”:”+i/nRgWJ….”,”encKey”:”kGdMR5t….”,”macKey”:”+i/nRgW….”}’,
WAToken1: ‘”0i8….”‘,
WAToken2: ‘”[email protected]….”‘,
}
)
.then((client) => {
start(client);
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.log(erro);
});
Callback Status Session
Gets the return if the session is isLogged or notLogged or browserClose or qrReadSuccess or qrReadFail or autocloseCalled or desconnectedMobile or deleteToken or Create session wss return “serverClose” case server for close
Status
Condition
isLogged
When the user is already logged in to the browser
notLogged
When the user is not connected to the browser, it is necessary to scan the QR code through the cell phone in the option WhatsApp Web
browserClose
If the browser is closed this parameter is returned
qrReadSuccess
If the user is not logged in, the QR code is passed on the terminal a callback is returned. After the correct reading by cell phone this parameter is returned
qrReadFail
If the browser stops when the QR code scan is in progress, this parameter is returned
autocloseCalled
The browser was closed using the autoClose command
desconnectedMobile
Client has desconnected in to mobile
serverClose
Client has desconnected in to wss
deleteToken
If you pass true within the function client.getSessionTokenBrowser(true)
const venom = require(‘venom-bot’);
venom
.create(
‘sessionName’,
undefined,
(statusSession, session) => {
console.log(‘Status Session: ‘, statusSession);
//return isLogged || notLogged || browserClose || qrReadSuccess || qrReadFail || autocloseCalled || desconnectedMobile || deleteToken
//Create session wss return “serverClose” case server for close
console.log(‘Session name: ‘, session);
},
undefined
)
.then((client) => {
start(client);
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.log(erro);
});
Exporting QR Code
By default QR code will appear on the terminal. If you need to pass the QR
somewhere else heres how:
const fs = require(‘fs’);
const venom = require(‘venom-bot’);

venom
.create(
‘sessionName’,
(base64Qr, asciiQR, attempts, urlCode) => {
console.log(asciiQR); // Optional to log the QR in the terminal
var matches = base64Qr.match(/^data:([A-Za-z-+/]+);base64,(.+)$/),
response = {};

if (matches.length !== 3) {
return new Error(‘Invalid input string’);
}
response.type = matches[1];
response.data = new Buffer.from(matches[2], ‘base64’);

var imageBuffer = response;
require(‘fs’).writeFile(
‘out.png’,
imageBuffer[‘data’],
‘binary’,
function (err) {
if (err != null) {
console.log(err);
}
}
);
},
undefined,
{ logQR: false }
)
.then((client) => {
start(client);
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.log(erro);
});
Downloading Files
Puppeteer takes care of the file downloading. The decryption is being done as
fast as possible (outruns native methods). Supports big files!
import fs = require(‘fs’);
import mime = require(‘mime-types’);

client.onMessage( async (message) => {
if (message.isMedia === true || message.isMMS === true) {
const buffer = await client.decryptFile(message);
// At this point you can do whatever you want with the buffer
// Most likely you want to write it into a file
const fileName = `some-file-name.${mime.extension(message.mimetype)}`;
await fs.writeFile(fileName, buffer, (err) => {

});
}
});
Basic Functions (usage)
Not every available function is listed, for further look, every function
available can be found in here and
here
Chatting
Here, chatId could be @c.us or @g.us
// Send contact
await client
.sendContactVcard(‘[email protected]’, ‘[email protected]’, ‘Name of contact’)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Send a list of contact cards
await client
.sendContactVcardList(‘[email protected]’, [
[email protected]’,
[email protected]’,
])
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Send basic text
await client
.sendText(‘[email protected]’, ‘👋 Hello from venom!’)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Send location
await client
.sendLocation(‘[email protected]’, ‘-13.6561589’, ‘-69.7309264’, ‘Brasil’)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Automatically sends a link with the auto generated link preview. You can also add a custom message to be added.
await client
.sendLinkPreview(
[email protected]’,
‘https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1bFr2SWP1I’,
‘Kamakawiwo ole’
)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Send image (you can also upload an image using a valid HTTP protocol)
await client
.sendImage(
[email protected]’,
‘path/to/img.jpg’,
‘image-name’,
‘Caption text’
)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Send file (venom will take care of mime types, just need the path)
// you can also upload an image using a valid HTTP protocol
await client
.sendFile(
[email protected]’,
‘path/to/file.pdf’,
‘file_name’,
‘See my file in pdf’
)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Sends file
// base64 parameter should have mime type already defined
await client
.sendFileFromBase64(
[email protected]’,
base64PDF,
‘file_name.pdf’,
‘See my file in pdf’
)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Generates sticker from the provided animated gif image and sends it (Send image as animated sticker)
// image path imageBase64 A valid gif and webp image is required. You can also send via http/https (https://www.website.com/img.gif)
await client
.sendImageAsStickerGif(‘[email protected]’, ‘./image.gif’)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Generates sticker from given image and sends it (Send Image As Sticker)
// image path imageBase64 A valid png, jpg and webp image is required. You can also send via http/https (https://www.website.com/img.jpg)
await client
.sendImageAsSticker(‘[email protected]’, ‘./image.jpg’)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Forwards messages
await client.forwardMessages(
[email protected]’,
[‘[email protected]_B70847EE89E22D20FB86ECA0C1B11609′,’[email protected]_B70847EE89E22D20FB86ECA0C1B11777’]
).then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Send @tagged message
await client.sendMentioned(
[email protected]’,
‘Hello @5218113130740 and @5218243160777!’,
[‘5218113130740’, ‘5218243160777’]
);

// Reply to a message
await client.reply(
[email protected]’,
‘This is a reply!’,
message.id.toString()
);

// Reply to a message with mention
await client.reply(
[email protected]’,
‘Hello @5218113130740 and @5218243160777! This is a reply with mention!’,
message.id.toString(),
[‘5218113130740’, ‘5218243160777’]
);

// Send message with options
await client.
.sendMessageOptions(
[email protected]’,
‘This is a reply!’,
{
quotedMessageId: reply,
}
)
.then((retorno) => {
resp = retorno;
})
.catch((e) => {
console.log(e);
});

// Send gif
await client.sendVideoAsGif(
[email protected]’,
‘path/to/video.mp4’,
‘video.gif’,
‘Gif image file’
);

// Send seen ✔️✔️
await client.sendSeen(‘[email protected]’);

// Start typing…
await client.startTyping(‘[email protected]’);

// Stop typing
await client.stopTyping(‘[email protected]’);

// Set chat state (0: Typing, 1: Recording, 2: Paused)
await client.setChatState(‘[email protected]’, 0 | 1 | 2);
Retrieving Data
// Retrieve all chats
const chats = await client.getAllChats();

//Retrieves all chats new messages
const chatsAllNew = getAllChatsNewMsg();

//Retrieves all chats Contacts
const contacts = await client.getAllChatsContacts();

//Retrieve all contacts new messages
const contactNewMsg = await client.getChatContactNewMsg();

// Retrieve all groups
const chats = await client.getAllChatsGroups();

//Retrieve all groups new messages
const groupNewMsg = await client.getChatGroupNewMsg();

//Retrieves all chats Transmission list
const transmission = await client.getAllChatsTransmission();

// Retrieve contacts
const contacts = await client.getAllContacts();

// Returns a list of mute and non-mute users
// “all” List all mutes
// “toMute” List all silent chats
// “noMute” List all chats without silence
const listMute = await client.getListMute(‘all’);

// Retrieve the browser session token
// if you want to delete the token file -> const browserSessionToken = await client.getSessionTokenBrowser(true);
const browserSessionToken = await client.getSessionTokenBrowser();

// Calls your list of blocked contacts (returns an array)
const getBlockList = await client.getBlockList();

// Retrieve messages in chat
//chatID chat id
//includeMe will be by default true, if you do not want to pass false
//includeNotifications will be by default true, if you do not want to pass false
//const Messages = await client.getAllMessagesInChat(chatID, includeMe, includeNotifications)
const Messages = await client.getAllMessagesInChat(‘[email protected]’);

// Retrieve more chat message
const moreMessages = await client.loadEarlierMessages(‘[email protected]’);

// Retrieve all messages in chat
const allMessages = await client.loadAndGetAllMessagesInChat(
[email protected]
);

// Retrieve contact status
const status = await client.getStatus(‘[email protected]’);

// Retrieve user profile
const user = await client.getNumberProfile(‘[email protected]’);

// Retrieve all unread message
const messages = await client.getAllUnreadMessages();

// Retrieve profile fic (as url)
const url = await client.getProfilePicFromServer(‘[email protected]’);

// Retrieve chat/conversation
const chat = await client.getChat(‘[email protected]’);

// Check if the number exists
const chat = await client.checkNumberStatus(‘[email protected]’);
Group Functions
// groupId or chatId: leaveGroup [email protected]

// Leave group
await client.leaveGroup(‘[email protected]’);

// Get group members
await client.getGroupMembers(‘[email protected]’);

// Get group members ids
await client.getGroupMembersIds(‘[email protected]’);

// Generate group invite url link
await client.getGroupInviteLink(‘[email protected]’);

// Create group (title, participants to add)
await client.createGroup(‘Group name’, [
[email protected]’,
[email protected]’,
]);

// Remove participant
await client.removeParticipant(‘[email protected]’, ‘[email protected]’);

// Add participant
await client.addParticipant(‘[email protected]’, ‘[email protected]’);

// Promote participant (Give admin privileges)
await client.promoteParticipant(‘[email protected]’, ‘[email protected]’);

// Demote particiapnt (Revoke admin privileges)
await client.demoteParticipant(‘[email protected]’, ‘[email protected]’);

// Get group admins
await client.getGroupAdmins(‘[email protected]’);

// Return the group status, jid, description from it’s invite link
await client.getGroupInfoFromInviteLink(InviteCode);

// Join a group using the group invite code
await client.joinGroup(InviteCode);
Profile Functions
// Set client status
await client.setProfileStatus(‘On vacations! ✈️’);

// Set client profile name
await client.setProfileName(‘Venom bot’);

// Set client profile photo
await client.setProfilePic(‘path/to/image.jpg’);
Device Functions
// Delete the Service Worker
await client.killServiceWorker();

// Load the service again
await client.restartService();

// Get device info
await client.getHostDevice();

// Get connection state
await client.getConnectionState();

// Get battery level
await client.getBatteryLevel();

// Is connected
await client.isConnected();

// Get whatsapp web version
await client.getWAVersion();
Events
// Listen to messages
client.onMessage(message => {

})

// Listen to state changes
client.onStateChange(state => {

});

// Listen to ack’s
// See the status of the message when sent.
// When receiving the confirmation object, “ack” may return a number, look {@link AckType} for details:
// -7 = MD_DOWNGRADE,
// -6 = INACTIVE,
// -5 = CONTENT_UNUPLOADABLE,
// -4 = CONTENT_TOO_BIG,
// -3 = CONTENT_GONE,
// -2 = EXPIRED,
// -1 = FAILED,
// 0 = CLOCK,
// 1 = SENT,
// 2 = RECEIVED,
// 3 = READ,
// 4 = PLAYED =

client.onAck(ack => {

});

// Listen to live location
// chatId: ‘[email protected]
client.onLiveLocation(“[email protected]”, (liveLocation) => {

});

// chatId looks like this: ‘[email protected]
// Event interface is in here: https://github.com/s2click/venom/blob/master/src/api/model/participant-event.ts
client.onParticipantsChanged(“[email protected]”, (event) => {

});

// Listen when client has been added to a group
client.onAddedToGroup(chatEvent => {

});
Other
// Pin chat and Unpin chat messages with true or false
// Pin chat, non-existent (optional)

await client
.pinChat(chatId, true, false)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

///mute a contact
await client
.sendMute(
[email protected]’, //contact mute
30, //duration of silence, example: 30 minutes
‘minutes’ ///kind of silence “hours” “minutes” “year”
)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

///unmute contact
await client
.sendMute(
[email protected]’ //contact unmute
)
.then((result) => {
console.log(‘Result: ‘, result); //return object success
})
.catch((erro) => {
console.error(‘Error when sending: ‘, erro); //return object error
});

// Change the theme
// string types “dark” or “light”
await client.setTheme(‘dark’);

// Receive the current theme
// returns string light or dark
await client.getTheme();

// Delete chat
await client.deleteChat(‘[email protected]’);

// Clear chat messages
await client.clearChatMessages(‘[email protected]’);

// Archive and unarchive chat messages with true or false
await client.archiveChat(chatId, true);

// Delete message (last parameter: delete only locally)
await client.deleteMessage(‘[email protected]’, message.id.toString(), false);

// Mark chat as not seen (returns true if it works)
await client.markUnseenMessage(‘[email protected]’);

// Blocks a user (returns true if it works)
await client.blockContact(‘[email protected]’);

// Unlocks contacts (returns true if it works)
await client.unblockContact(‘[email protected]’);

// Retrieve a number profile / check if contact is a valid whatsapp number
const profile = await client.getNumberProfile(‘[email protected]’);
Misc
There are some tricks for a better usage of venom.
Keep session alive:
// function to detect conflits and change status
// Force it to keep the current session
// Possible state values:
// CONFLICT
// CONNECTED
// DEPRECATED_VERSION
// OPENING
// PAIRING
// PROXYBLOCK
// SMB_TOS_BLOCK
// TIMEOUT
// TOS_BLOCK
// UNLAUNCHED
// UNPAIRED
// UNPAIRED_IDLE
client.onStateChange((state) => {
console.log(‘State changed: ‘, state);
// force whatsapp take over
if (‘CONFLICT’.includes(state)) client.useHere();
// detect disconnect on whatsapp
if (‘UNPAIRED’.includes(state)) console.log(‘logout’);
});

// function to detect incoming call
client.onIncomingCall(async (call) => {
console.log(call);
client.sendText(call.peerJid, “Sorry, I still can’t answer calls”);
});
Closing (saving) sessions
Close the session properly to ensure the session is saved for the next time you
log in (So it won’t ask for QR scan again). So instead of CTRL+C,
// Catch ctrl+C
process.on(‘SIGINT’, function() {
client.close();
});

// Try-catch close
try {

} catch (error) {
client.close();
}
Auto closing unsynced sessions
The auto close is enabled by default and the timeout is set to 60 sec.
Receives the time in milliseconds to countdown until paired.
Use “autoClose: 0 | false” to disable auto closing.
Debugging
Development
Building venom is really simple altough it contains 3 main projects inside
Wapi project
> npm run build:wapi
Middleware
> npm run build:middleware
> npm run build:jsQR
Venom
> npm run build:venom
To build the entire project just run
> npm run build
Maintainers
Maintainers are needed, I cannot keep with all the updates by myself. If you are
interested please open a Pull Request.
Contributing
Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to
discuss what you would like to change.

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