Frictionless, SSO-ready MFA.
No phones, no fobs.
Login frustration? You’re not alone.
In today’s environment, login workflows multiply.
Yet passwords are now hard to remember and even harder to type. They’re followed by OTP, hard tokens, touch ID, mobile push—a dozen technologies to eliminate productivity.
The result? BYOD battles. Work stoppages. User lockouts. Support tickets. Team exasperation.
Isn’t there a better way?
Plurilock ADAPT ends the madness.
Get the benefits of MFA without requiring users to interact with their phones over and over and over again.
Sidestep the need for fingerprint readers, face scanners, hard tokens, or other hardware.
No need to deliver, receive, or enter one-time MFA codes via SMS, mobile app, or tiny hard token screens.
Relax draconian password content and rotation rules—without having to make logins impossible in some other way.
Enable users to log in securely with just a username and password at the keyboard they're already using.
Liberate your IT staff from the endless queue of tickets generated by login confusion and login failures.
How It Works
Augmented behavioral biometrics. Invisible identity confirmation.
Every user types with recognizable movement patterns, no matter what they're actually typing. When combined with machine learning, these patterns provide a strong identity signature.
Plurilock ADAPT provides out-of-band multi-factor authentication by analyzing this and other identity signals together:
- Typing biometrics
- Geolocation and travel
- Time of day
- Network and environment context
- Device ID and fingerprinting
It’s MFA that’s invisible to users and privacy ready—not what you type, but how; not what you do, but how you get there; not your name or your body, just your patterns.
Where It Works
Standards-based, fast, and flexible deployment.
Supports integration via SAML 2.0 and OpenID connect for broad IdP and SSO compatibility.
Integrate rapidly using built-in ADFS support in Active Directory environments.
Optionally use alongside your existing MFA solution when multiple alternatives are needed.