The service provides highly secure authentication that combines a conventional password entered by a user with a signal from an app registered to that user's mobile device. Similar services combine password entry with possession of a USB device or other single-purpose hardware, but this service takes advantage of the user's smart phone as a tool for confirming identity.
API methods support creating a new authentication listing with the service for an application or updating an existing one. Methods also support creating or updating a client listing on a mobile device that corresponds to a service listing. Methods then support accessing the client listing to verify access to the authenticated resource.
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