Double Up on Security With FONE API's 1-2 Verification

Two-factor authentication adds another layer of security protection to a user's account. Take your email account, for example. What's normally required for you to log in are your username and password. That is called a single-factor authentication. A second-factor authentication or 2FA requires the user to provide two out of the types of verification.

These three types are:

  • Something you know, such as your password, PIN, or a pattern

  • Something you have, including ATM cards, fob, or phone

  • Something you are, like your fingerprint, voice, or biometric.

FONE API offers several options to fit your security needs and budget

Ease of Use

Basic authentication with just one touch -- a simple "Yes" or "No ."

Advanced security

Tried and tested private and public key pair for mutual and message authorization.

Smooth Transaction

Out-of-band verification that serves as a shield against phishing and man-in-the-middle attack or MITM attacks.

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