Protecting your business with two-factor/ multi-factor authentication is a great way to keep unauthorized users away from your confidential data. But are SMS secure enough for this purpose? Are there any other security flaws involved in using SMS for authentication? Let’s find out.
Passwords are the only measures that help us immensely to protect our data. So don't you think our protector should be more robust? This blog explores the various techniques which you can embed to push your password security to the next level.
MFA or multi-factor authentication is a feature widely used by businesses to ensure that the consumers coming on their website are actually who they say they are. There are multiple ways to implement multifactor authentication. We will get to them one by one in this blog.
The beauty of single sign-on lies in its simplicity. The feature authenticates you on a one-on-one designated platform, allowing you to utilize tons of available services without having to login and logout every time. Consumers can think of this as similar to the social sign-in via Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Phone Login is a compelling and handy feature designed to enhance consumer experience and ease the process of login and registration. It eliminates the hassle of filling lengthy registration forms and creating new passwords and usernames, thereby allowing consumers to quickly login or register just by using their mobile phones.
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