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An interesting article in The Atlantic about how some websites use bots to defraud advertisers: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/11/the-dark-art-of-bots-how-to-make-2-million-online-without-a-human-audience/281425/. In contrast, our CAPTCHA advertising plugin provides an engaging advertising channel that actually verifies whether its a human audience or a bot visiting the web page. Advertisers can then know that views and clicks are from real people and not bots.
All it takes is a firm grasp of arbitrage economics and a flexible ethical code.
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E-Commerce providers and online retailers lose, on average, $9,000 to fraud for every $1 million they make in revenue due in part to identity fraud and stolen login credentials. Put another way, that's a total of $3.5 Billion or 0.9 percent of online revenue lost: http://bit.ly/1ibAApj
. Stronger user authentication practices such as one-time passwords and two-factor authentication can help prevent some of that fraud.
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Strengthen User Authentication and Preserve User Experience - Veteran web industry security expert Roman Yudkin provides an overview of how to strengthen user authentication processes without diminishing your site visitors' experience. http://ow.ly/2wGRMU
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The latest Data Breach Investigations report shows that hackers prefer authentication-based attacks: http://zd.net/XX4Cqz 80% of those attacks could be prevented or defeated by simply having better authentication standards. Confident Technologies' image-based authentication solutions generate one-time passwords every time and can make logins more than 99.999% secure against brute force attacks, guessing, password harvesting and other common forms of hacking.
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Confident Technologies today delivered the first mobile-optimized CAPTCHA. Improve the user experience -- especially for your mobile visitors -- while maintaining strong security. Check out the video, then get Confident CAPTCHA for your website today. 
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Confident Technologies Partners with Clickatell to Deliver Confident Multifactor Authentication™
New Partnership Makes Mobile Multifactor Authentication Easy and Affordable for Developers and Organizations of All Sizes.
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Confident Technologies is looking for a Marketing Manager. Learn more about this position here: http://confidenttechnologies.com/company/careers-in-authentication-security
Open Positions, Jobs In High Technology, Authentication, Security And Encryption In San Diego California At Confident Technologies.
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A good article on how static passwords of the user's choice continue to be easily & quickly hacked: http://www.darkreading.com/advanced-threats/user-selected-passwords-continue-to-fall/240162756. Our image-based authentication solutions provide secure, one-time passwords that only work for a limited time, limit the number of incorrect attempts and can even include am optional "KillSwitch" technology that stops brute-force attacks.
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Confident Technologies' image-based authentication solutions have achieved McAfee compatible status: http://bit.ly/14W5zVr. Our solutions can be seamlessly integrated with McAfee Enterprise Security Manager to help customer better identify security threats.
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Mobile-Optimized CAPTCHA
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Research shows 1/3 of federal employees' smartphone are not password protected http://bit.ly/10i2erZ!

To enable secure BYOD, there needs to be a better method of authentication for mobile. Check out our white paper on the topic to learn more: http://bit.ly/LjTJuS
Osterman Research White Paper: Better Authentication For Secure BYOD Bring Your Own Device
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Image-Based Two-Factor Authentication for Enterprises, Websites and Mobile
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Confident Technologies provides image-based user authentication software for websites and mobile application security. Two-factor authentication software and one-time passwords from Confident Technologies provide strong web authentication that increase security and improve usability. Confident Technologies also provides mobile authentication technology for the mobile web, mobile applications and mobile payments.
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265 Santa Helena #105 Solana Beach, CA 92075