WWPass authentication is an a more security option to the normal password, according to their website, will “gives a user a single PassKey and Access Code to give them access to all of the data, networks, content and other resources they need.”
WWPass works with the 2-key (two-factor) authentication approach. There is a “data container” which is like a safe deposit box you might find in a bank. Like a bank’s safe deposit box you can only open it was the correct set of keys. In the digital version WWPass provides a unique key to every user (UserID) and another unique key for the vendor (SPID-Service Provider ID). WWPass provides a separate “deposit box” (Data Container) which corresponds to each user registration at a particular Service Providers website or application. To open the Data Container two keys are needed: the UserID key and the Service Provider key.
For home users you can download the security pack on their website and start “securing your digital life” by experiencing these features:
- logon to web portals
- connect to applications
- digitally sign and encrypt mail
- maintain important personal data
- access your powerful cloud-based notepad