Alternative products to Obsidian Authenticator

6 alternative and related products to Obsidian Authenticator

Obsidian Authenticator

Elegant OTP authenticator app for Mac and iPhone

Obsidian is an OTP Authenticator App that synchronizes your tokens seamlessly among Mac, iPhone and iPad, via your iCloud Keychain. Everything wrapped in an elegant and minimal UI.

6 Alternatives to Obsidian Authenticator

2FA codes in your browser, secured by the way you type

Frictionless Authenticator based on the way you type. Google Authenticator desktop alternative that uses typing biometrics.

No more switching devices. This free Chrome extension gives you 2-step verification codes directly in your browser, and the added layer of security that TypingDNA’s typing biometrics authentication provides.

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TechCrunch
TypingDNA has a new approach to verifying your identity based on how you type. The startup, which is part of the current class at Techstars NYC, is pitching this as an alternative to two-factor authentication - namely, the security feature that sends unique codes to a separate device (usually your phone) to make sure someone else isn't logging in with your p… See more
10 Alternatives to TypingDNA Authenticator

Login to any account on any device with your fingerprint

Myki is an offline password manager and authenticator that allows you to login to any account on any device by approving a login request on your smartphone. The main difference between Myki and cloud-based password managers is that your passwords are not stored in the cloud which allows myki to auto-fill 2fa tokens. + no master pass!

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Antonio Dmya
Antonio Dmya- Web Dev Intern | United Nations (DESA)
Ever since I made the switch to Myki password manager and authenticator I've never looked back -- also all basic features are free and no subscriptions. I was a fan of 1Password (and tried all others too) ever since it became integrated into iOS, but I never felt like it convinced me enough. I highly recommend Myki to anyone -- it offers local password sto… See more
Nick Neuman
Nick Neuman- Product at Casa
Myki is an interesting one I've been testing out lately. Passwords only stored locally, and instead of having a "master" password like most services, it uses your touchID fingerprint. So far the experience is pretty good. It works by recognizing login/password fields like most services, and then sending a request to your phone to fill the fields. When you … See more
Dustin Knopoff
Dustin Knopoff- Student, CS/Design
Plan on switching to it in a couple of weeks when they release their safari extension.
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Forbes Middle East
Myki co-founders Antoine Jebara (left) and Priscilla Sharuk. Photo: Courtesy of Myki Passwords are a company's first line of defense against hackers, but are often the weakest. Beirut-based Myki wants to change that with its password management tool in a region where cybersecurity is still an afterthought.
TechCrunch
Everything is getting hacked to the point that it's getting kind of ridiculous - and everyone needs to have secure passwords. The trouble, however, is making them tough to crack and also being able to remember them. That's led to a blossoming ecosystem of password management services like OnePassword.
WSJ
Entrepreneurs transformed an idea to help an elderly woman with passwords into a consumer product
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