Secure Your Web-based Microsoft Applications with WWPass MFA
No usernames, no passwords. No phishing, no account hijacking.
Designed to protect corporate platforms such as Microsoft Azure, MS365, SharePoint, Teams, and OWA. WWPass multi-factor login protects against common hacker attacks.
Why do you need to secure your Microsoft web-based applications?
Web-based applications are the most critical part of the corporate IT infrastructure. But logging in with usernames are doomed to be hacked.
The steady growth of web-based applications in the enterprise IT infrastructure has made corporate accounts common attack vectors for hackers.
Using a username as the first step in a login process invites hackers, weakens security, and jeopardizes the whole authentication process.
How WWPass login protects Microsoft web-based applications
WWPass solves the challenge of web-based application security with its unique approach: a login without username and password that eliminates human-readable credentials from the entire authentication process.
With WWPass MFA, user identity is no longer the starting point of a login process. It is protected by a very high entropy authentication and verification procedure. Making hacker attacks on identity very expensive and inefficient. Remove what hackers want, and they’ll go elsewhere.
What’s wrong with Microsoft password-less authentication? A username!
Login processes started with entering usernames are highly vulnerable. Unlike passwords, which are kept secret, usernames are usually e-mail addresses and can be easily guessed or uncovered. Even with Microsoft’s new password-less authentication, users are vulnerable to hackers who attempt to log in as that user. And one small breach, one careless error, and an entire corporate network can be hacked.
3 Reasons to choose WWPass strong authentication without usernames and passwords:
No more phishing and identity theft
Better Scalability/Easy Installation and set up
Once WWPass Single Sign-on is configured and connected to your company’s Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), users utilize WWPass credential-less login to access any web-based Microsoft application. It’s really that simple.
By adopting the WWPass MFA, companies achieve the highest level of strong authentication in accordance with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679) and NIST (SP 800-63-1).
In order to use WWPass MFA for Microsoft web-based applications, enterprises need to meet the following installation requirements:
- Microsoft work or school account.
- Gluu Single Sign-on server integrated with WWPass login support.
- WWPass Passkey App installed on all users’ smartphones.
- On-premise or cloud-based AD and ADFS infrastructure.
- Azure Active Directory Connect
Can I use WWPass login with my personal MS account?
No. To utilize WWPass login, users need an MS work or school account.
What do we need to allow our enterprise users to log into our corporate MS products with WWPass Key?
It depends on what MS products you use. In general, you should be assigned a particular role and/or enterprise license.
Does using WWPass authentication for MS products cost extra?
It depends on the number of users. We offer a free service for up to 5 users. Please check the Pricing page for details.
Can WWPass SSO be used with other services?
Absolutely. The WWPass SSO can control access to any service compliant with SAML, OAuth2 (OpenID Connect), and Radius protocols. We strongly recommend adding a VPN and Zoom to the list of services controlled by WWPass SSO.
I don't have an Active Directory. Can I still use WWPass to log into my corporate MS account?
No. Authentication to MS products relies on MS ADFS infrastructure, so Active Directory is required.