- Email tech support
- Limited API functions
- Limited dashboard
Finally a better alternative to SMS auth. and online biometric authentication. 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.
1000 authentication requests/mo
Our packages are prepaid. The listed prices do not contain VAT. The above prices are limited to client accounts of up to 100,000 end users stored. For larger accounts please contact us.
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No. This is a prepaid option, you pay first and then you have a number of requests to make. We plan to introduce monthly subscriptions in the future.
Once your credit reaches less than 1000 remaining requests you will get a notification by email telling you that you need to add more credits to your account. When all your credits are used, you will not be able to perform API requests anymore.
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.
It doesn’t require the user to switch devices, it’s more affordable, globally available and it’s harder to hack (as SMS is sent through clear text and can be hijacked). The level of accuracy for typing biometrics auth can reach a FAR as low as 1%. That makes typing biometrics auth suitable for 2FA/MFA but we don’t recommend it as a single factor for authentication (true for SMS auth too).
For as long as you want. You have 1000 authentication requests available for you to test our service. We recommend you to start with that and switch to premium when you’re ready.
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.
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.
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.