The Next Evolution in Password Security is here

It does not matter how long you make your typed password or how many times you change it, they are easily hacked with simple, free tools on the internet. If you use physical biometrics like face or fingerprints the bad news is when they get hacked/compromised:

  • They can't be replaced (you can't grow new fingerprints or face).
  • You can never get them back (bad guys won't return them)
  • They could be used anywhere without your permission. (Example posted on a terrorist site).

These are huge issues and consumers have complained resulting in law suits with Facebook, Google and Shutterfly.

NOW you can use BioSig-ID™ which is equally accurate but less invasive and offers strength of biometrics without the risk and liability of collecting physical biometric data. BioSig-ID™ is one of the only biometrics that collects a behavior and can be easily replaced just like regular passwords. BioSig-ID™ blends amazing biometric technology with the password format people are comfortable with.

BioSig-ID™ works on any device with your finger, stylus, or mouse. User's draw a unique 4-character biometric password and this creates a template pattern to which all subsequent log ins are compared. Imposters are blocked since they can't reproduce your pattern. BioSig-ID™ can replace your current security (i.e. Windows Log in) or be used as an additional layer.

See How BioSig-ID™ Works In One Minute


Powerful Security

• Multi-factor and Multi-layer all in one
• 99.97% keeps imposters out
• Two issued patents


Effective & Easy Use

• 10M uses in over 95 countries
• 98% positive user experience
• Under 1% help desk calls


Easy Implementation

• Rapid deployment
• Password that resets
• Use on all devices




The Technology Behind BioSig-ID™ Has Many Faces

If you find yourself having to verify in a very public place, you can simply turn on "Invisible Ink".

In the example below you can see how both passwords being drawn are accepted as the same, even though your strokes are not shown during the second pass.