Typing DNA is a startup recently introduced an alternative 2-factor authentication technique. It takes security to the next level. Unique codes are sent to some device, usually a smartphone, which allows you to make sure that no one tried to enter your password on the laptop. The technology is based on the fact that TypingDNA allows users to verify their identity without using a phone. A person simply enters their own login password on any gadget. TypingDNA then analyzes how, how and at what speed various characters were entered. According to the results of the study, he confirms his identity. You can do this with just one device. The methodology for identifying Internet handwriting involves a couple of principles of typing typing: the time it takes a person to press one key, and the duration of its retention by the user. The creators claim that these parameters are unique. You can verify this on the TypingDNA website. As reported in the company, some time later, getting used to the specifics of work and receiving false positives in the right amount, the system makes a mistake of only 0.1%. The creators recognize that in some cases, for one reason or another, people change the nature of the press. At the same time, the technology easily remembers several handwritings of one user. The company intends to cooperate with Internet projects by introducing its own technology. To popularize it, they launched a free application for Chrome. It is an alternative to 2-factor authentication designed for a large number of services, for example, Gmail, Coinbase, Amazon Web Services.