Identity & Access Management done right
Security, Convenience, Privacy
The New Way of Authentication
No Usernames, No Passwords,
No Identity Theft
Login without Usernames and Passwords
No need to remember, manage, reset, protect or exchange.
WWPass Key — Unified user experience
Consolidation of all logins in one protected authentication token.
Easy self-management of authentication token.
Electronic Identity for all services
Log in with a universal, international digital identity — trusted if required and anonymous if allowed.
User identity is protected by WWPass Key.
Zero-knowledge and zero trust
All data is encrypted by the user with WWPass Key.
Saving up to 80% of login costs
No need for OTP, SMS, or other extra costly adaptive authentication and login support.
WWPass MFA is a strong customer authentication compliant with GDPR and NIST.
Try WWPass Key
The Key to access all your digital accounts. Each user gets a unique key, which helps to log in to an unlimited number of accounts and services without usernames and passwords.
Forget about Usernames and Passwords
Log in to a growing number of online services with your WWPass Key as a universal key to the digital world.
Why WWPass Technology?
It's About the Future
Eliminate human-readable credentials
Unified login process on all enabled resources
Security by Design
Protect user identity and corporate data by design
Identity as a Service. Zero-knowledge, MFA, integrated protection
From the Blog
LastPass breach Shouldn’t sway you away from cloud-based password managers: 3 ways to spot secure alternatives
11 January 2023 by Trenton Thurber
Password managers keep our complicated digital lives safe and organized all in one place, but recent cybersecurity breaches have brought their reliability into question. Don’t ditch them – instead, follow three rules to find a secure password manager.
What Uber’s latest hack means for multi-factor authentication
18 October 2022 by Nick Moran
Uber suffered a jarring security breach in September, forcing the company and spectators to reevaluate the security of their login systems. While failsafes were in place, the attack still demonstrated the vulnerabilities of multifactor authentication. In this blog post, we evaluate the scope and impact of the attack, and explore opportunities to address vulnerabilities.
Interview With Eugene Shablygin
08 February 2022 by Aviva Zacks
Private Internet Access recently interviewed Eugene Shablygin, CEO of WWPass. We asked him about his company’s information storage technology and how users can log in seamlessly without passwords.
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