ActiveLock will typically spot an unauthorized user’s typing pattern in less than 200 keystrokes (about the length of a tweet). Here’s what you can expect:
⏰ In the first 1-2 days of typing, ActiveLock will run in training mode as it learns your typing style. It’s very important that you’re the only person typing during this training time.
✅ Once the initial training is completed (give it about 2000 words), you’ll see the Status bar switch from “Training” to “Active” mode. Your endpoint is now being continuously authenticated with typing biometrics.
🔁 Once it’s armed, share your device with someone else to see ActiveLock continuous endpoint authentication in action! In most cases, it will take less than 200 keystrokes for the app to spot an unauthorized user (roughly the length of a tweet).
When an incident occurs, ActiveLock will lock the device, trigger an alert, and log the event.
We take your privacy very seriously. TypingDNA ActiveLock analyzes HOW you type, but never WHAT you type. Running in the background, our AI-based technology analyzes your typing patterns right on your device, so your typing data never leaves your computer or gets stored to the cloud.
To see for yourself what data ActiveLock collects, access the log files on your device. After downloading ActiveLock, the logs can be found in the following locations:
The complimentary ActiveLock license is free for non-commercial use so you can evaluate it and understand how the technology works on your company endpoint. If you need additional licenses, or have any questions, just let us know.
To see the full list of ActiveLock features, and compare the Free vs Commercial version click here.
What if I want to test ActiveLock on more than one device?
Once you’re ready to roll it out as a larger test across your organization, get in touch so we can structure a POC designed for your specific workforce security needs.
The ActiveLock app is currently available for download across Windows and MacOS desktop and laptop devices. Follow this User Guide for step-by-step instructions on setup, training, and what to expect.
For technical questions or to provide feedback please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org