Dynamic Passwords for Everyone and Everything!

Increase your password security while improving your login experience.

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How safe are our passwords?

At what points in life we ​​use a password or PIN to log in? On websites? Clear! At ATMs? Of course! At the PC-login? Probably. At the Smartphone lock screen? Maybe.

And - hand on heart - how many of these passwords are really different? In many (or most) cases there are many identical passwords for different sites. This means as well: If one of these words become compromised - ie become known - all relevant sites as of this date accordingly are no longer protected. Many logins have to be changed quickly . But who knows exactly which forums, etc. you had registered once?

About 30,000 passwords are compromised per day, over 53 million are currently breached in total (source: of https://breachalarm.com/) - and that's just the known part. Often we are therefore forced to use long, complicated passwords or let them be generated in order to discourage so-called brute-force attacks (trying all likely or possible combinations) . These passwords must then be recorded and managed again.

Therefore, many Internet services are tend to use multi-factor authentication (MFA or 2FA). When logging in there is for example an SMS sent to your mobile with a confirmation code, which must then be entered. While this method makes it difficult to attack the perpetrators, it is not very practical for everyday use. You need the smartphone at hand and the receiption of the SMS always takes some seconds. The safety level also appears, however, not sustainable, because successful fraud cases also existed.

Biometrics is also not completely safe in general. In addition, a corresponding hardware is required at each point of authentication. Thus, the user is very limited in using this method and can't in many situations use it, eg because if you want to login to your email account from a different device.

dynpass Beta Waiting List

dynpassis a new innovative way to authenticate. It's much safer than a static password and much faster than a mobile-TAN for example and it doesn't require any additional hardware like e.g. a smartphone, a fingerprint-sensor or a USB-Key.

It enables you to generate a one-time-password - and this just by using your head. It's irrelevant if someone looks over your shoulder while entering your password because it can only be used once and with just the "given" result it's irreversible so it's useless for an attacker. dynpass can be integrated into websites and third party apps. With all that you can enjoy the comfort of Single-Sign-On without having to fear that a (compromised) website gets access to your login data. To achieve the maximum gain out of this procedure, until websites directly implement dynpass as a login procedure, we'd like to provide a passwordmanager which uses thedynpass-OTP-authentication instead of the usual static master-password.

In addition to that we develop an authentication plugin with which you can secure your Windows PC. You won't need frequent periodic changes anymore and it won't be possible to "phish" for your password.

Websites which make use of open standards like OpenID will be usable with dynpass directly without a specific implementation. That works like the usual social logins like "login with your facebook account" but it's much more secure. Further dynpass-applications e.g. for your smartphone and additional support for other operating systems are also planned. We'd be happy to keep you posted about the beta program and launch. Please add yourself to the following mailing list for that:

Your email address won't be disclosed to third parties and it will be used just for keeping you informed about dynpass.