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Authy vs JScrambler: 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, JScrambler is detailed as "Leading client-side security solution for JavaScript protection and real-time webpage monitoring". Jscrambler enables JavaScript applications to become self-defensive and resilient to tampering and reverse-engineering, while also providing complete visibility over client-side attacks.

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

Some of the features offered by Authy are:

  • Very secure- We take security seriously. We use industry standard secure algorithms (HMAC RFC 4426) and 256 bits keys which are always encrypted at rest.
  • Fully redundant- The Authy API is deployed accross different PCI level 1 data-centers and it's fully redundant. We also use a DNS provider with anycast support. We've had 100% availability since 2011.
  • Great user experience- You connect to Authy using a transparent REST API which allows you to customize the experience you want for your users.

On the other hand, JScrambler provides the following key features:

  • Polymorphic JavaScript Obfuscation (transform your app into a form that is protected against reverse-engineering using automated static analysis attacks)
  • Code Locks (restrict when, where and by whom the app can be executed)
  • Self-Defending (combination of anti-tampering and anti-debugging techniques)
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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 JScrambler?

Jscrambler enables JavaScript applications to become self-defensive and resilient to tampering and reverse-engineering, while also providing complete visibility over client-side attacks.
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