More and more companies are opting for additional security of a network by using Two-Factor-Authentication (2FA). Send a secure and reliable One-Time-Password via SMS for additional security when logging into your network.
WHY USE SMS AUTHENTICATION VIA SPRYNG?
SMS Authentication Specialist
We are your partner in providing passwords, login and authentication codes by SMS, enabling fast and reliable authentication to take place.
We are connected to SafeNet, Gemalto, RSA, SMS Passcode, Sonic Wall, Secure Envoy and F5.
It is possible to test our service free of charge within minutes, or to start using it directly.
Banks, municipalities and hospitals choose Spryng for the quality of our routes and our service.
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Quickest, Reliable delivery
Spryng has specific One Time Password routes, in which we don’t use bulk SMS. This is purely designed for direct delivery of authentication by SMS within seconds.
Secure your system with extra authentication
90% of the passwords are vulnerable to hackers. The use of inadequate passwords leads to a global loss of billions of euro’s, especially in the financial world. Our SMS services provide immediate additional security and cost savings.
HOW DOES SMS AUTHENTICATION WORK?
Begin directly, it’s straightforward.
We have standard implementations in all large authentication systems.
Your customers enter their phone number when they want to log in.
A unique code will be sent by SMS message to your customers.
Your customers enter the authentication code and login.
No start-up costs, no monthly fees. Only pay for what you send, simply via a bank transaction or via iDEAL, postpaid or prepaid.
Calculate your tariff
Prices shown apply to SMS traffic within the Netherlands.
If it concerns SMS traffic outside the Netherlands, please contact our sales team for custom pricing advice.
Easy to integrate
Our SMS API can be connected to your own 2FA systems. Our Development section includes sample scripts to enable immediate setup.
$spryng = new \spryng\Client('ACCESS_KEY'); $Message = new \spryng\Objects\Message(); $Message-> originator = 'spryng'; $Message-> recipients = array(31619920391); $Message-> body = 'This is a test message.'; $spryng->messages-> create($Message);