Stop Dictionary Attacks
What is a dictionary attack?
A dictionary attack is technique of defeating a cypher by checking likely probabilities. For example, if you know that a certain company's email address system is email@example.com, you can surmise that Samantha Allen's address might be firstname.lastname@example.org. Hackers often attempt similar tricks with passwords, going through a dictionary of likely passwords such as drowssap, secret, and 987654321. SolidPass's two-factor authentication security token can prevent dictionary attacks and protect your enterprise from unwanted entry.
The SolidPass family of security tokens provides strong two-factor authentication. SolidPass helps organizations and entities to realize stronger authentication than a static username and password by providing two-factor authentication. The SolidPass security token is engineered to dynamically generate a one-time password (OTP). Potential uses of SolidPass include securing access to enterprise applications and vpn connections. The security token can also be used to authenticate users and sign transactions. This is especially useful for online banking and mobile banking security, where SolidPass can be embedded in a mobile banking application for seamless authentication.
SolidPass supports the following strong authentication methods:
- Event-based One-Time Password (OTP)
- Time-based One-Time Password (OTP)
- PIN control mandatory/optional
- Security Question
- Transaction Data Signing (TDS)
- Mutual Authentication