Convenience, without compromise

Enjoy the best of both worlds—Enhanced security and a Frictionless login process.

Effortless access to your application, elevate user satisfaction, enhance security, and future-proof your authentication methods with Cripsa’s password-less solution. No more password hassles, no more forgotten credentials—just a smooth and secure entry into your app.

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Why Go Passwordless?

A Seamless and Secure Way to Access Your App

No Password vulnerabilities

81% of data breaches are caused by weak, reused, or stolen passwords. (Source: Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report 2021

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Enhance user experience

66% of users find passwords to be a major pain point, leading to frustration and potential user churn. (RSA Data Privacy & Security Survey 2021)

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Strengthening Security

87% of IT decision-makers consider passwordless authentication to be more secure than traditional password-based methods.

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Passwordless authentication is a method of accessing systems or applications without the need for a traditional password. Instead, it uses different authentication factors such as biometrics, security keys, or one-time codes.

Passwordless authentication offers improved security, convenience, and cost savings. It eliminates the risks associated with weak passwords or password reuse, reduces the need for password management and recovery, and provides a more user-friendly experience.

Passwordless authentication can use different methods such as biometric authentication, security keys, or one-time codes sent via email or text message. These methods provide a more secure and user-friendly way of authenticating without relying on traditional passwords.

Passwordless authentication is more secure than traditional password-based authentication methods. It eliminates the risks associated with weak passwords or password reuse and provides a more secure way of authenticating users.

Passwordless authentication can be used for most applications and systems that support multi-factor authentication. However, some legacy systems may not support passwordless authentication, and it may not be appropriate for certain use cases or environments.