PINpass provides simple to use, multi-factor authentication for organisations looking for a standard OATH compliant security solution. Use PINpass to provide one time codes on a separate device without the cost and complexity of traditional hardware token solutions.
How it works
PINpass uses two unique and separate factors: The ‘something you have’ is in the form of a standards compliant (RFC 4226 & 6238) random One Time Pin (OTP); sent to a mobile device via SMS or email, or accessed totally offline via the Authlogics Authenticator App. The ‘something you know’ can either be a user selected static PIN number, or an existing Active Directory password which saves the user from having to remember an additional code; or don’t use a password at all with OTP only mode.
The Authlogics Authenticator App can generate a new 6, 7 or 8 digit OTP every minute. The App does not require any connectivity to function and runs 100% offline which is ideal for travelling users or areas where there is limited connectivity. The Authlogics Authenticator App is available from all app stores.
The Authlogics Authentication Server can generate 6, 7 or 8 digit OTP’s which are delivered to users in Real-Time or Pre-Send configurations without the requirement for a mobile app. Real-Time OTP’s are sent one at a time, and only when the user needs to log in. Pre-Send OTP’s are sent initially when the user is first enabled for PINpass, and then after the last Pre-Send OTP has been used. These tokens can be delivered via SMS/TEXT or email.
- Deliver one time codes via SMS/TEXT, email or using the soft token app
- No connectivity required. Work 100% offline with pre-sent codes via email or SMS, or use the soft token
- Cost effective batch sending of codes when using SMS
- Works with Authlogics Authentication Server to provide Emergency Override Access, and AD password resets.
- Integrate into Active Directory without schema modifications, or setup users in a SQL Database
- OATH, HOTP & TOTP (RFC 4226, 6238) compliant. FIPS 198 & 180-3 compliant cryptography