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Authy vs Fail2ban: What are the differences?

Developers describe Authy as "The easiest way to add Two-Factor Authentication to any website or app". We make the best rated Two-Factor Authentication smartphone app for consumers, a Rest API for developers and a strong authentication platform for the enterprise. On the other hand, Fail2ban is detailed as "*An intrusion prevention software framework *". It is an intrusion prevention software framework that protects computer servers from brute-force attacks. Written in the Python programming language, it is able to run on POSIX systems that have an interface to a packet-control system or firewall installed locally, for example, iptables or TCP Wrapper.

Authy and Fail2ban can be categorized as "Security" tools.

Fail2ban is an open source tool with 4.21K GitHub stars and 761 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Fail2ban's open source repository on GitHub.

Twitch, Coinbase, and DuckDuckGo are some of the popular companies that use Authy, whereas Fail2ban is used by PassionDig, Jobinja, and billware. Authy has a broader approval, being mentioned in 24 company stacks & 53 developers stacks; compared to Fail2ban, which is listed in 5 company stacks and 4 developer stacks.

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    Google Authenticator-compatible
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      Terrible UI on mobile
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      What is Authy?

      We make the best rated Two-Factor Authentication smartphone app for consumers, a Rest API for developers and a strong authentication platform for the enterprise.

      What is Fail2ban?

      It is an intrusion prevention software framework that protects computer servers from brute-force attacks. Written in the Python programming language, it is able to run on POSIX systems that have an interface to a packet-control system or firewall installed locally, for example, iptables or TCP Wrapper.

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