Who cares about security when a deadline looms. Everyone just wants to log-on and start work. Enforcing complex passwords and regular updates frustrates everyone. They are difficult to type, so everyone uses simple words.
Let sCrib do your typing. sCrib’s passwords cannot be cracked. Just press a button and log-on, securely.
You probably appreciate that most servers and apps scramble passwords before storing or transmitting them.
Thanks to the way scrambling algorithms work, 20 random characters is impossible to unscramble in any reasonable timeframe. Unfortunately, 8 or 9 characters are easy to unscramble.
Alas, it’s fairly easy to anything using memorable words. All you need is a dictionary of common words.
World-class security policies
Password breaches are in some way to blame for almost all security breaches. Deploy sCrib, and out of the box you’ll ensure you and your team use secure passwords.
Your team can then adopt world-class security policies. With sCrib everyone can comply with update policies, and employ 2 factor authentication, and one-time-passwords. All with a few button presses.
Works Out Of The Box
Your sCrib works out of the box. You can re-initialise it, and create unique passwords known only to you. You can add:-
Adopt best security practices. With a few button presses, change your passwords at regular intervals.
Strong Two-Factor Authentication.
Add extra security against losing your sCrib and lock your sCrib with a PIN. You’ll get 3 attempts to correctly enter your PIN. Then five attempts to correctly enter your 8 digit PIN unblocking key. After that, sCrib assumes it is in the wrong hands, and erases itself.
Soft Two-Factor Authentication
Add extra security. Type a simple, memorable word, known only to you, before you press a button and sCrib types its 20 character password.
Add security against “Pass the Hash” attacks. sCrib uses the OATH HOTP standard. sCrib first generates a seed, for you to send to the server. sCrib then generates and types 8 digit one-time-passwords.
Gain great protection against malware. sCrib types using our keylogger protection mechanism. According to Prof G. Bella at the University of Catania “In fact, all of our keylogging tests failed to catch the passwords.”
Recover Your Passwords
sCrib generates its passwords from a random initialisation number. This number is printed once, and you store it somewhere secure. You can, if you choose:
- Give us your sCrib’s initialisation number, and we’ll tell you how to clone an sCrib.
- Use our on-line, secure, back-up system, pass the security checks you determined, and we’ll send you your passwords.