Log in using a One-Time Password, delivered via any trusted channel such as email or SMS, which are only valid for a short time. Alternatively, you can use a One-Time Password generated by an app such as Google Authenticator, Authy, etc.
Using One-Time Passwords solves the challenge of remembering your passwords or using password managers.
Social / Federation
Log in with Google, Facebook, Apple, LinkedIn, or GitHub. Alternatively, you can log in using any compatible OpenID Connect provider. You'll find many providers align with this standard and can be integrated.
Using social login / federation solves the challenge of managing large amounts of accounts and their authentication yourself.
Identify yourself using your (nick-)name, email, phone number, Instagram handle, or another unique attribute. Everything is securely hashed, and you can attach as many IDs to your account as you wish.
Using multiple IDs solves the challenge of remembering one specific ID and gives flexibility to whatever works best for you.
Password / Secret
Log in using a self-chosen password or a generated secret. Everything is securely hashed and you can attach as many to your account as you wish. Secrets will be generally used by machines but could also serve as a backup code for users.
Using multiple passwords solves the challenge of remembering which password you used, though we recommend not to use passwords altogether.
Adjust the security score of your factors to resemble their security as part of your overall setup. Scores are evaluated when users want to obtain or grant API acess, or when accepting legal items such as Terms & Conditions.
Using security scores helps you align the service with your unique security model, which we believe arises from the complete setup - not just Quasr itself.
ID-First / Multi-Factor / Step-Up
You can log in using any factors in any order you prefer. The only exception being the first factor as this will need to be a specific factor able to uniquely identify you. Your session has a security score matching the factors you've passed.
Not restricting the login process improves user experience and login success rates while supporting multi-factor and step-up through the factor scoring.
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Quasr is a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) company in the cybersecurity space, in particular in Customer Identity & Access Management (CIAM).
Quasr allows developers to add authentication and privacy capabilities to their applications without having to be security experts, while offering the best user experience (UX) to their end customers.