Our patent-pending approach lets you leverage your voice as a password. Actually, it adds extra protection to your passwords as hackers have become adept at stealing them along with slipping past two-factor authentication.
We leverage a technology called voiceprint, which is similar to TouchID or FaceID for your phone. It's very secure and utilizes same technology used by banks in their call centers to protect against fraud. This is the first product where consumers can buy this technology to protect themselves.
We understand the frustration keeping data and money safe. Therefore we made the same capability banks use to protect themselves affordable, so you can protect yourself.
First provide your mobile phone number so we can send you a text message with a URL to the voiceprint enrollment webpage. When you click the URL, you will be asked to read a brief news article that enables us to create your voiceprint (i.e., fingerprint for voice).
Next we give you a new phone number that you should use only with our service (doesn't affect use of your mobile number). The reason we give you a new number is that it cannot be ported or stolen since it's secured by your voice as opposed to security questions, your mother's maiden name, or other information hackers can steal. Hackers are adept at using information online to convince mobile carrier agents to issue them a new SIM card. This step removes mobile carriers and their agents as a vulnerability and weak link.
Turn on two-factor SMS authentication for any website or service you want to protect (turning on two-factor authentication is something you should do even if do not purchase VoiceProtect).
When the site asks you to enter a mobile number for two-factor SMS authentication, use your new VoiceProtect number. This ensures authentication codes will first be sent to our service anytime you (or anyone else) attempts to login- so even if a hacker ported your SIM, they can't see the code and access your account.
The code cannot be accessed until you authenticate your voice. A text message is sent to your mobile number with a URL asking you to speak a random set of digits. If both your voice and digits match (the random digits makes it more secure), only then will you get the code. Are you ready to take back control and protect yourself against hackers?