AutoPassword Access Manager
Does your access manager cover all your devices and applications at once?
If you’re using a web application access manager, you might not be aware that you’re losing a lot of time and resources.
Not only that, but you’re also extremely vulnerable to phishing and pharming attacks, especially when combined with the vulnerability of user passwords and traditional Two-Factor Authentication (2FA).
AutoPassword Access Manager on the other hand, allows the user access from multiple devices and applications, with a secure and convenient authenticator.
If your Identity Access Manager does not have a secure authenticator, all your information can be vulnerable.
AutoPassword Access manager is the only IAM which supports the mutual authenticator. It makes users not only free from typing 2FA code and changing a user password, but also verify the authenticity of IAM against phishing and pharming attacks.
If you connect all the information on the one, you need the IAM which have a secure authenticator.
ABOUT AUTOPASSWORD ACCESS MANAGER
TRUE ACCESS MANAGER COVERING ALL APPLICATIONS AND DEVICES
AutoPassword Access Manager can control web applications and PCs and Servers at once.
If you install AutoPassword Access Manager Client on your PC and Servers, you can set true access policies to include your PCs , Servers and web applications.
IDENTITY ACCESS MANAGER INSTALLED WITH AUTOPASSWORD
Secure and convenient authentication is the core of IAM.
Existing user passwords and 2FAs are vulnerable when the user is connected to a fake IAM first. They can not make the user verify the authenticity of IAM. Only AutoPassword Access Manager can provide the authenticity of online services and IAM to the user using the mutual authenticator.
EXTENSIBLE ACCESS MANAGER SUPPORTING
AutoPassword Access Manager supports AutoPassword Authentication protocols and most other standard authentication APIs and protocols, such as OAuth2, SAML, LDAP, RADIUS and etc.
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AutoPassword Access Manager Boosting Security and Convenience
You can integrate existing directory servers including AD for PCs, LDAP for servers and DB for Web applications.
Using AutoPassword Access Manager, you can set access policies for each user, device and application.