No usernames, no passwords, stronger protection: multi-factor authentication
Usernames and passwords are the root cause of 81% of data breaches. So, stop using them.
Usernames and passwords only provide an illusion of protection, and increasing their complexity perpetuates the problem by frustrating users and service providers without improving security. With WWPass’s multi-factor authentication (MFA) solution, you can say goodbye to lost time, resources, data, privacy, financial losses, and damage to reputations and lives.
It’s time for password-less authentication Learn why
A secure MFA solution that protects sensitive data, while maintaining convenience
WWPass provides users with a single secure electronic identity that allows access to many websites, applications and other systems. It’s easy to combine with biometrics and PINs if you require additional verification factors, and users can revoke and securely restore lost credentials.
Get a more secure way to log in to web applications from e-commerce sites to enterprise systems to SaaS applications.
Emulate contactless smartcards with virtually unlimited capacity to store digital certificates for secure access to MS Windows, VMware and email encryption.
Integrate with your existing identity access management (IAM) systems for added security layers, including IBM ISAM, Microsoft Active Directory or other off-the-shelf and proprietary IAM systems using SAML and OAuth2.
One PassKey, many accounts
One secure electronic ID, or PassKey, logs users into any of their online accounts.
One PassKey, many forms
Choose whichever PassKey is most convenient for your business:
With the PassKey app for Android and iOS devices, you turn users’ smartphones into secure keys that replaces usernames and passwords.Watch the video
The PassKey Smartcard is a versatile option that can be used simply as a security token or for an all-purpose access ID card.
Use the PassKey USB/NFC dongle, a security token that logs you in to WWPass-supported services in just one easy step.
How it works
- The user presents a PassKey to log in to your app or website.
- WWPass mutually authenticates both your app or website and the user’s PassKey, and obtains their unique identifiers, which are used to create a pointer to a set of application-specific data containers. These data containers are used to store the user’s identity and sensitive application-specific information.
- WWPass sends the information stored in the data containers to your app or website via a secure channel.
- Your app or website verifies the information received and logs in the user. The user’s identity is unintelligible to attackers, and is never disclosed to WWPass itself.
If a PassKey is lost or stolen, it can be disabled and restored through our recovery process to keep all linked accounts intact.
Why we're different
Eliminate human-readable credentials as first factor, keeping data and user identities safe.
Strong right-factor authentication
Enable multiple factors and security layers to best meet your security needs and maintain compliance with multiple data protection regulations.
Secure distributed data storage
Data is encrypted and stored across multiple storage nodes for protection from hackers and resiliency against disasters.
100% data privacy
Accounts are completely isolated from each other to ensure data cannot be accessed by anyone other than the owner.
Compatible with any web service
Provide the same simple experience, no matter how your users access their accounts.
Easy installation and setup
Simple integration into virtually any web-based environment and access management systems, with outstanding scalability.
What’s your right-factor authentication solution? See how your MFA solutions stack up.
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