User Authentication

May 26, 2023

Single Sign On – How SSO Works

Setting up credentials for multiple accounts opens the space for users to re-use & create simple and weak passwords.  According to Microsoft,

May 15, 2023

Quick Guide to the Top User Authentication Protocols & Methods

User authentication is the process of ensuring the right people have access to the right resources by verifying their identity.  Although it

May 1, 2023

Social Login Authentication – More Secure Than Passwords

Age is catching up with password-based authentication; it’s not secure anymore. As per GoodFirms, 30% of respondents in our survey reported a

April 25, 2023

PIN Authentication Passkeys – Say Goodbye to Passwords

Passwords are losing their popularity for securing digital information. According to Verizon’s report, 81% of hacking-related breaches used lost or stolen credentials.

April 21, 2023

Guide to OAuth2 – How OAuth2 Works

This app wants to access your Location, Files, and Contacts. If you have seen this message, you have interacted with OAuth 2

April 21, 2023

User Authentication & Security Breaches

Password-based user authentication is losing its credibility every day. According to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report 2022, stolen or compromised

April 21, 2023

What is FIDO2, And How Does It Help Secure Your Business

Cybercriminals are getting more advanced, and cyberattacks are increasing. As per Statista, 2.8 billion malware attacks happened in the first half of

April 16, 2023

Face ID Passkey – How Facial Recognition Will Eliminate the Password

Face ID has revolutionized the way we secure our digital identities. With the advent of this technology, passwords are near extinction –

Bubble Apps for Start Ups
April 14, 2023

Top 8 Bubble No Code Plugins for Startups

No code platforms empower non-technical individuals to build full-fledged apps & websites in no time. And according to Zapier, 90% of no-code

April 10, 2023

Multi-Factor Authentication – What Is MFA & How Does It Help My Business

Passwords by themselves have repeatably been shown to be vulnerable to attacks. Most common are phishing and social engineering attacks, but as