Every wave is unique and only comes once.

 

BioSSL translates the unique features of the human body to a One Time Password and becomes a unique handshake between the online user and the provider.

Registration and Verification of fingerprint, face or voice is done online through the standard web browser, locally at the provider (eg banks) or through our mobile app.

 

BioSSL verifies the real identity of the user without allowing hackers to acquire the sensitive data.

 

 

 

 

See BioSSL in Action

Your finger is your password.

How?
Registration and verification of fingerprints is done online through the standard web browser by laptop or desktop, or through mobile phone by a fingerprint selfie or on location of the provider (eg bank)

 

Privacy & Security.

The fingerprint template that is stored on the server of the provider, and CAN NOT reverse engineered;.
Which means, you can not recreate the fingerprint image.

 

Public Private Key security

BioSSL data does not contain names, only ID numbers who are related to the provider's database.

BioSSL has an option to store the data in a ‘no backdoor’ hardware database.

 

Differences with BioSSL:

- If an attacker in some way obtains the clients private key he doesn't need fingerprints anymore.

- The private-public keys are always the same while in BioSSL they are always different.

- The whole security is handled on the client side, unlike BioSSL where most of the work is done on the server.

 

Supported devices
Futronic, Digital Persona, Biothentic, Orcanthus Certis, Precise, Upek, Zvetco, Suprema,   Crossmatch, Sagem, Secugen, Dakty, Next Biometrics




Your face is your password.

How?
Registration and verification of the face is done online through the standard web camera by laptop, desktop or mobile phone.
The total process is done in a fraction of seconds.
Unique 3D masking enhancement increases the security.

Privacy & Security.

The face image is not stored locally, neither on the server.

BioSSL can detect if it is a real or fake face.

The biometric OTP stored on the server of the provider CAN NOT reverse engineered;  Which means, you cannot recreate the face.

Public Private Key encryption

 

How secure is the biometric information?

BioSSL data does not contain names, only ID numbers who are related to the provider's database.

BioSSL has an option to store the data in a ‘no backdoor’ hardware database

 

Supported devices
All web cameras or mobile cameras.

Unique 3D enhancement

Your voice is your password.

Speaker identification

BioSSL verifies the customer´s identity over any channel (mobile, web, microphone, IVR, etc.) by comparing the authentication audio file against a previously created Biometric Voice Print.

 

Language Identification and Gender Identification.

 

Anti-spoofing

Permits the registration or verification process to prevent replay and cut and paste attacks.

 

Best breed of Voice

Utilizes the same unique proprietary and pioneering Voice Biometrics technology used in law enforcement, military and intelligence are using all around the world today.

Unique Voiceprint

The vocal tract contains distinctive characteristics that make it unique and different to that of other people.

 

Language independent

 

Robust cross-channel authentication

A biometric voice print in a specific channel (a landline for instance) and then complete authentications from other different channels (mobile or VoIP for instance).

 

Fully Scalable.

Designed to grow as needed.

 

Speaker identification.

Designed to grow as needed.