We change your password every day. But it changes in a way that makes it easy to use when you need it.
We send you a message with over 100 words. One of those words is your password of the day, but only you know which word it is - it's hidden in plain sight.
Your formula reveals which of those 100 words is your dynamic password.
The 100 words we send you daily are real news headlines.
Your formula reveals which word is your password that is hidden plain sight
Let’s say your formula is: second headline, second word
Your password for the day would be “election”
Use your hopr username and password anywhere that accepts our dynamic credentials.
Over 86% of CIOs responding to a 2019 survey reported that user experience will become their main competitive differentiator by 2021
Stolen or compromised credentials were the cause of 19% of reported data breaches in 2020. And the average total cost to businesses was $4.77 million
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Yes. hopr performs authentication "as a service" for businesses needing strong security and simplicity for their customers.
We use APIs. Once we authenticate a user's login credentials, we send a REST API message to your system endpoint. hopr provides the API code and documentation for you to implement.
No. We integrate with PAM tools improving privilege access with dynamic credentials that are easier to implement and use by privileged users of all levels, including machines.
No. Rather than storing passwords like traditional password managers, hopr involves users in their own security with a personalized formula that is easy to remember and use. There are no stored passwords, vaults, or wallets!
hopr sends headlines via email and text messages.
You create your formula when you first sign up with hopr.
Words in hopr's headlines are separated by spaces only. Any string of characters between two spaces is considered a 'word' hidden in plain sight. So the news headline "$400 million found in a Caribbean shipwreck" contains 7 words. The first word would be: $400
hopr sends new headlines whenever your passwords hop.
No. hopr operates external to a site's business systems to authenticate you and then notifies the business via a secure message.
hopr's patent pending system includes an algorithm that makes sure your dynamic passwords are always strong (at least 6 characters) and not a repeat of a dynamic password that you have received in the recent past.
Dynamic passwords can include both something you know and something you have in a single easy-to-use password. 2FA is enter password, get a message, enter a code. hopr is get a message, enter your password. There's one less action.