We provide a sophisticated one-tap login system so you can protect online accounts from hackers.
Did you know?
Most breaches start with stolen passwords, weak passwords, or phishing attacks.
What is LoginShield?
LoginShield is the secure and convenient way to login to a website or network application, featuring one-tap login, strong cryptography, and a unique patent-pending system that blocks phishing attacks.
Stop hackers in their tracks
We use algorithms and protocols that are recommended by the U.S. government, used by Fortune 100 companies, and published as Internet standards.
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LoginShield is easy to integrate, easy to use, and easy to manage with our unique enterprise portal. Choose cloud-hosted or self-hosted deployment.
Protect your applications with LoginShield and stop worrying about phishing emails. Our unique patent-pending system detects and blocks phishing attacks.
Save time when you login to websites with just one tap. End the hassle of copying temporary codes from your phone to the browser!
Passwords might be stolen or guessed, but our digital signatures use strong cryptography to protect your account from hackers.
When LoginShield detects a login started from an untrusted location, it redirects you to the correct website for safety.
Strong multi-factor authentication
What are the various ways to authenticate someone? How can they be combined for strong multi-factor authentication? Learn about five kinds of authentication factors in this informative technical brief
How does LoginShield one-tap login work? Learn how convenient it can be to login to a website, and how much time you'll save, with LoginShield one-tap login.
How does LoginShield phishing protection work? Learn how our unique patent-pending system detects and blocks phishing attacks, and what kinds of phishing it doesn't block.
Experience LoginShield now with a free account
Setup a free account and login to your first application in just minutes!
Is your two-factor authentication working?
Find out if your two-factor authentication is protecting users against phishing attacks.