SECRET DOUBLE OCTOPUS OFFERS BETTER MOBILE AND INTERNET SECURITY WITHOUT “PASSWORDS!”

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SECRET DOUBLE OCTOPUS OFFERS BETTER MOBILE AND INTERNET SECURITY WITHOUT “PASSWORDS!”

Secret Double Octopus (No Password)!
At last, you can be assured of optimum security on your mobile devices and the net without fearing hackers or intrusions of any kind!

The issue of multiple passwords, which might have to be changed from time to time will soon be outdated!

The Israeli tech company, “Secret Double Octopus” recently solved the problem of relying on passwords for security on mobile and internet of things (iot), with it’s robust security that cannot be broken, to which it is now able to “hide” and eliminate passwords!

Big corporations, service providers and consumers can design their products 100% secured with invisible passwords of which the user will not be bothered with, or having to commit to memory!

The passwords will be there, but this time around in a complex form and managed by Secret Double Octopus who will generate random and strong passwords with a link to the user or product and having no control over same!

The functions of the Secret Double Octopus include;

. Active Directory Authentication
. Multi Factor Authentication
. Password Free SSO
. Transaction Approval
. It is an SDK

The Secret Double Octopus was founded a couple of years ago in Beersheba, Israel and currently headed by it’s CEO, Raz Rafaeli.

For more information, visit
https://doubleoctopus.com

Source; World Israeli News (WIN)
Secret Double Octopus

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