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Vault Vision Launches One Click Passwordless Logins With Passkey User Authentication

DENVER, Feb. 22, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Vault Vision, a leading user

authentication platform for developers announced the launch of passkey

authentication technology enabling secure and convenient logins on modern

devices. Legacy passwords are central to website and app security, but 81% of

hacking-related breaches leveraged either stolen and/or weak passwords. A Google

study found that 75% of Americans are frustrated with passwords and 43% have

shared their password with someone. Passkey auth aims to solve an inherent

weakness in passwords with support from Apple, Google and Microsoft on all

modern browsers and devices.

For application users, passkey is an easier replacement for passwords. With

passkey, users can sign in to applications with biometric authentication such as

a fingerprint or facial verification, PIN, or pattern, unlocking them from

having to remember and manage passwords. A user can sign into applications on

all modern devices using a passkey, which can be created on a mobile phone and

used to sign in to a website on a separate laptop. Passkey authentication makes

it phishing-resistant and brute force attacks, and one the most secure

authentication methods available today. Vault Vision’s one click passwordless

login drastically improves the user registration and login workflow with the

addition of passkey.

For developers, Vault Vision’s user authentication platform enables easy

integration of passwordless logins into any website or application built on

React, Node, Python, Go and low code platforms like Webflow. Developers can

leverage Vault Vision’s open sourced examples available as GitHub repos in

React, Node, Python and Go, which can be deployed with auto-generated and

pre-set copy-and-paste environment configuration stanzas. These repos offer an

implementation insight into the integration flows with auth use cases. “Vault

Vision is the only passwordless-first auth platform that does not require a

password during setup.” said Neil Proctor, CEO and Founder, Vault Vision. “Our

technology enables developers to register without passwords and start creating

local development environments with our user auth in less than a minute. For end

users, the convenience of passwordless login drives user registration and login

growth with facial recognition, fingerprint & pin based verification on all

modern devices”.

The addition of passkey auth and passwordless logins makes Vault Vision’s one of

the most secure authentication platform with its privacy-first architecture.

Vault Vision is the only authentication platform that protects end user privacy

from password breaches by eliminating use of third-party scripts and low quality

sdk’s. With the average authentication tool employing an average of eight

tracking elements, Vault Vision maintains zero third-party dependence

eliminating vendor breach risk for developers and the ability to operate in

air-gapped and secure operating environments.

Vault Vision offers free developer sandboxes and expert help with your free

trial, learn more here.

About Vault Vision

Vault Vision is a no code user authentication platform that enables developers

to easily deploy user auth & passwordless logins on React, Python, Go, Node

applications and low code platforms like Webflow. Vault Vision’s authentication

technology increases login engagement and drives user registration growth with

OpenID Connect (OIDC), FIDO2 and passkey logins. End users benefit from Vault

Vision’s convenient authentication features like passkey facial recognition,

fingerprint, pin based verification, OIDC logins for Apple, Google and

Microsoft, two-factor auth (2FA), multi-factor auth (MFA), universal time-based

one-time password (TOTP) auth, SSO with email and hardware key auth. Vault

Vision’s is a FIDO Alliance member and its user authentication technology is

OpenID Certified.

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