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Deepnet FlashID for SafeStick

FlashID transforms your encrypted, secure SafeStick into a high level security token, which can then be used in any application where two-factor authentication is required.

For example, your company uses Outlook Web Access, and require more than just a simple username / password to control access. By providing your users with a FlashID token on SafeStick, you can require users to enter their username, password, PLUS a one-time password which can only be generated by their own FlashID token.

With FlashID on SafeStick, users have to authenticate to the SafeStick itself in order to gain access to protected resources, such as Windows Logon, OWA, Outlook Anywhere, Remote Desktop, VPN, Citrix or Web applications.

FlashID provides a more cost effective authentication solution than the conventional dedicated hardware token. Why carry 2 expensive devices around when one will do!

 

  Key Features   Key Benefits
SafeStick features full encryption Reliable
Two-Factor Authentication Strong Security
Multi-Application Support Ultra Portable
Can also be delivered via email, twitter etc. Simple to Use
User Friendly  
Cost Effective  
Flexible

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A 30 day trial is available as a software download.

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