As low as $0.01/API request when you ramp up

Globally available, highly affordable, and easy to integrate for MFA/2FA. Used for securing login, enforcing reset passwords, and identifying people based on typing behavior.

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  • 1,000 auth. requests
  • No extra auth. requests
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  • Limited API functions
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Frequently asked questions

What types of payment do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards and money wire transfers. Contact us to enable money wire transfers or for invoicing.

Is this a monthly based paid subscription?

Yes.

What happens after my credit/auth. requests are exhausted?

Once you use your included authentication requests, there will be additional API requests available which will be billed at the end of each month. Additional auth. requests are priced at your pack auth. price.

Do you offer any discounts?

We are ready to discuss volume discounts and discounts for open source, non-commercial, free, early stage startups, education, government and other types of users. Use our contact form to get in touch.

For how long can I use the free plan?

For as long as you want. You have 1,000 authentication requests available. We recommend you to start with that and switch to premium once you scale.

Do you support free for non-commercial projects?

Yes. We are looking forward to getting in contact with you to hear more about your project and discuss how we can help. Use our contact form to get in touch.

What happens when the API fails to recognize the person who types?

There are three cases where this can happen: the person has a major hand injury, the person has difficulties concentrating, or the person uses a very different keyboard. By using longer texts, or setting up a dual pass (like the one in our demo) our solution is still able to recognize the person. If the second pass fails, we recommend trying an alternative 2FA method.

Why is typing biometrics better than voice, face, or fingerprint recognition?

Typing biometrics auth. only requires a keyboard and it doesn’t ask for additional privileges when running inside the browser. Voice and face recognition both need special privileges to record from mic and camera. On the other hand, voice and face recognition are easier to hack. Fingerprint recognition also requires a fingerprint reader and can’t be used in the browser without a special plugin.

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