Swoop security has been validated by two national laboratories, both of which concluded that there are zero security vulnerabilities introduced by using Swoop password-free authentication.
In a 14 week case study, new signup rates increased from 0.75% to 1.03% when passwords were replaced with Swoop.
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Swoop eliminates passwords by using the email account you already have on file. Email is already the internet’s primary mechanism for authenticating online accounts. Swoop relies on email, too; we just cut out the annoying middleman—the password.
Weak and stolen passwords compromise internet security. Swoop replaces passwords with the cryptographic keys provided by DomainKey Identified Mail (DKIM)—unhackable encryption used by every major email server.
With Swoop, users log in with two taps: one to create a pre-addressed email and another to send it. Authentication is secured by cryptographic keys inserted by the email server—fast, effortless and infinitely more secure than a password.More On Swoop Security
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Swoop is super affordable.The first 5,000 log ins each year are free; after that, the most you’ll pay is a penny per login. (And many organizations pay just half a penny per log in.)Get Swoop!
Is Swoop secure?
Yes! Swoop uses state-of-the-art 2,048-bit encryption to authenticate your user.
Do my users need a Swoop account?
No. Unlike social sign-in with Facebook and Google, there’s no 3rd party account needed. All your users need is an email address!
How do I get support?
If you need any assistance or have any questions please email [email protected], and we'll get back to you with an answer.
Do I need to share my user data with Swoop?
No. Swoop is merely authenticating when an email address is logging in. Your application looks up the email address to see if you have a user by that account. If so, you provide a login link that redirects the user to their account session.