|◄ Multi-factor authentication|
|◄ Continuous authentication|
|◄ Requires no additional devices|
|◄ Requires no new login steps|
|◄ Normally invisible to users|
|◄ Adaptive and risk-based|
|◄ Behavioral factors|
|◄ Difficult to overcome via theft|
|◄ Mobile step-up capability|
|◄ Easy corporate deployment|
|◄ Affordable for most companies|
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Plurilock products enable strong background MFA by using machine learning to analyze behavioral-biometric, environmental, and contextual identity factors.
Auth0's MFA solution is flexible, allowing developers to connect with any language or stack. It enables authentication via SMS, email, and third-party authenticators.
Auth0 MFA: auth0.com/multifactor-authentication
5 (5 stars)
“Auth0 does a fantastic job of taking all those hard, risky and tedious parts of making your own authentication system off your plate. Developers literally have no reason to create their own authentication system any more, it's all provided by Auth0. The docs could be clearer. It's very easy to get confused or lost. They could use slightly more user-friendly language in their documentation and management UI. Could have more/clearer examples of best practices and common usages/implementations.”
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2 (2 stars)
“Auth0 isn’t perfect, but the simple integration and the extensive documentation make it easy to update the Authorization system on your website. Support is also fantastic and will happily guide you through anything you just don’t quite understand.”
3 (3 stars)
“Auth0's enterprise support has been excellent. They are responsive, well informed, and willing to escalate as needed to get things solved. That's a very good thing since their SAML SP is very limited and requires many manual workarounds to play well with others, and their admin interface is terribly unintuitive and unreliable. If you like to spend your days collaborating with your vendors to debug their product offerings, I recommend Auth0. If you're looking for a great SAML SSO platform, keep looking.”