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VoiceProtect provides the strongest authentication available. We enable you to protect your accounts against compromised passwords and SIM swap hacks by adding voice biometrics as a 3rd factor.

VoiceProtect Launches Up To $10,000 No Hack Guarantee

VoiceProtect Launches Up To $10,000 No Hack Guarantee

VoiceProtect is excited to release the first product that combines cybersecurity with financial security. Our 3-factor authentication approach using voiceID has been verified and underwritten by a strong financial backer. This enables VoiceProtect to give customers access to strong security that is backed by a No Hack Guarantee.

Why it matters

Before VoiceProtect, online consumers had to decide what is the best way to protect themselves online yet had no recourse if the cybersecurity product didn’t work for some reason. There are numerous cases where password managers or 2-factor authentication implementation were overcome by a hacker. And the victims in those cases […]

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Why You Need 3FA

Why You Need 3FA

Three-factor authentication (3FA) is the strongest authentication available since it combines something you know (password), something you have (phone or email), and something you are (biometrics).

In VoiceProtect, we use voice biometrics for the “something you are”. Why? If we rely on a device’s biometrics, such as a phone’s face or fingerprint biometrics (also sometimes known as FaceID or TouchID), what happens if you lose or break your phone? Since the biometrics are tied to that specific device, you would be locked out of your account. This is why phones have a passcode to get around the biometrics, but that […]

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VoiceProtect 3FA Now Available WorldWide

VoiceProtect 3FA Now Available WorldWide

We have been hearing from people over the last months that we make VoiceProtect available internationally. Given that interest and demand, we are excited to announce that VoiceProtect is now available worldwide.

We realize security is vital to users everywhere- not just in the US. In fact, in many countries SIM swaps and authentication hacks are an even a greater issue than in the States. For this reason we decided to prioritize this to ensure anyone anywhere can be protected with 3-factor authentication.

One change is that instead of sending notifications via SMS, we send notifications via email.

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New Breach Makes Single Sign-On Vulnerable

Many of us use Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or links sent to our email accounts as a way to sign into various online services versus using passwords. Unfortunately a recent data breach now makes that vulnerable to a hack, as described in this video from Bloomberg Technology.

Details from Bloomberg on recent data breach

The video explains how 1.2 billion people had their social accounts, emails, phone numbers, and passwords available for hackers to access. This makes it more critical why you must use multi-factors when accessing your online accounts.

We strongly recommend using 3 factors as the best way to secure […]

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Identity Protection Starts With Strong Authentication

Given all the hacks in recent years, people are understandably worried about identity theft. Yet many miss the first step in protecting identity: secure your accounts and data in the strongest way possible.

This means ensuring your accounts are locked down so hackers can’t learn more about you from your emails, social accounts, and of course your financial accounts. The more hackers know about you, the easier identity theft becomes. Only once you have locked down your accounts, does it makes sense to lock your credit at credit bureaus and turn on credit monitoring.

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Relying on Password Managers is Outdated and Risky

Relying on Password Managers is Outdated and Risky

Research has shown that even the strongest passwords can be cracked by hackers in minutes. So relying on passwords to protect your accounts offers little-to-no value.

The problem is that people are relying on password managers to secure their accounts, and actually paying for them. This creates a false sense of security since it’s been proven passwords do not work, no matter how strong.

What’s worse is that password managers create a larger systematic risk since they centralize many people’s passwords in a single location. Think about it. If you were a hacker, would you rather […]

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How to Turn On 2FA Across The Web

How to Turn On 2FA Across The Web

This post describes how to turn on SMS 2-factor authentication (and thereby VoiceProtect which provides a third factor) across different online services. VoiceProtect overlays on top of SMS 2FA to eliminate SIM swap hacks and other 2FA vulnerabilities by adding voice biometrics as a third factor.

Using VoiceProtect ensures the strongest authentication available across the broadest set of online services (since every online service that supports 2FA offers SMS 2FA).

This post will be continuously updated with instructions for additional online services. The following is not an exhaustive list, but it provides an idea of how to add enable SMS 2FA. […]

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Why VoiceProtect?

Why VoiceProtect?

Secure your accounts like you secure your front door: with a deadbolt lock.

Passwords don’t work no matter how strong: 81% of breaches are due to compromised passwords.Two-factor authentication has critical vulnerabilities.SMS 2-factor authentication is vulnerable to SIM swaps as hackers easily manipulate mobile carrier agents using hacked online information.Authenticator apps offer zero protection if phone is compromised, plus websites often rely on SMS as backup when phone or codes are lost.

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