Verification codes in your browser, secured by the way you type
No need to use your smartphone to authenticate.
Get your 2-step verification codes using your typing pattern.
TypingDNA uses proprietary artificial intelligence to analyze a user’s unique typing pattern. Your verification codes are protected by the way you type.
No need to use your smartphone to authenticate. Get 2-step verification codes directly in your browser.
Click the verification code in the TypingDNA authenticator to paste it directly into the required field on a webpage.
Securely store secret keys so you never lose access to your verification codes.
Connect accounts that require verification codes with one click.
Easily backup secret keys on your phone authenticator app.
Type your e-mail and password
Typing pattern authentication happens in the background
See OTP codes. Click to autofill in desired websites
TypingDNA employs your unique typing biometric pattern (the way you type) to create a primary encryption key for every registered user. This key is only accessible upon successful TypingDNA authentication.
This primary key, also called a “master key” is utilized for encrypting and decrypting your so called “secrets” (QR codes) which are stored exclusively on your local device. These secrets are used to generate the temporary 6-digit OTP/2FA codes required by your apps. It is advisable to maintain duplicates of your secrets and register QR codes within your mobile app as well.
It is important to note that some websites prevent texts from being pasted in the 2FA input fields from an app/extension, or even if they allow it, they will consider the code to be invalid, unless you type it char by char.
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They are locally stored on your device.
No. Your user account is stored locally on your device and it only works on the same device and in the same browser. However, you can use the same email to register on a different device. In this case, it will be considered a new/different user.
On very different keyboards people tend to type differently. Since a larger reject rate is expected when you switch keyboards please try to type as natural and normal as possible on different keyboards.
The chance of being rejected by our authentication systems reduces gradually as you use the authenticator. Immediately after installation and during first days of usage we do have a larger false reject rate and from time to time we ask you to type a second time (double verification). False rejects happen mostly when you type in a different/uncomfortable position, with random pauses, and at very different speeds.
Yes. You can use it for free.
Any two typing patterns are different, even those from the same individual. In order to perform typing biometrics authentication, you need to rely heavily on artificial intelligence technology.
For someone to be able to see your 2FA OTP codes, they need to 1. have full access to your computer/browser, 2. know your credentials (email + password) and 3. type like you. That being said, some people do type very similar. Our current false acceptance rate is similar to face recognition’s when using web cameras. For business/premium purpose we offer options to statistically have approx. 0.1% false positives.