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What is Verified 2 Factor Authentication (V2FA)?

Verified 2 Factor Authentication (V2FA) is an authorization framework that allows users and applications to leverage facial authentication as a form of 2 Factor Authentication (2FA). It works on the principle of delegating user authentication to the service that hosts the user's account, allowing a faster and more secure way of authentication.


V2FA User Experience

When a user clicks on a link, they log in to verify their identity (if they are not already logged in, of course). After that, the service will prompt the user to authorize or deny authorization to the application to access the user's account.

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V2FA Implementation

After you have registered your application with us, you can easily generate an authorization link and embed V2FA into your existing authorization flow.

Learn more, quick start guide

Why choose V2FA For Your Platform?

A more secure user experience, quickly implemented within your existing authentication flow.

More Secure

Supercharge your authentication flow with a powerful combination of 2 Factor Authentication and OAuth.

Incredible User Experience

Allow users a more seamless login process.

Easy Implementation

Quickly start authenticating users within your existing front end with our Quick Start Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of our most common questions.

What is V2FA?
  • Verified 2 Factor Authentication (V2FA) is an authorization framework that allows users and applications to leverage facial authentication as a form of 2 Factor Authentication (2FA). It works on the principle of delegating user authentication to the service that hosts the user's account, allowing a faster and more secure way of authentication.

Can I utilize my existing frontend and authentication flow?
  • Yes, of course! Integrating V2FA in your authentication flow couldn't be easier!

How do I get started with V2FA in my platform?
Is my platform compatible with V2FA?
  • V2FA is platform agnostic, thus it can be implemented within any codebase regardless of programming language. Check out our Python example within the Quick Start Guide to get started.