LaserLock Technologies unveils new version of VerifyMe single sign-on app
Oct 28, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
LaserLock Technologies, Inc., which is engaged in the provision of product and document authentication and security solutions, has announced a new version of its VerifyMe single sign-on, or SSO, app compatible with iOS 7, the new version of the Apple platform.
The app now provides notification services that help protect against identity theft. This new version supports all of the improvements and enhancements in iOS 7 and is available for free download in the Apple iTunes Store.
"Like Apple with iOS 7 itself, we started with a desire to take something people love and make it better," said Neil Alpert, CEO. "We're proud to fully support iOS 7 and deliver improvements and new features to everyone who loves VerifyMe SSO."
VerifyMe SSO Version 1.1 is now available to replace Version 1.0. This update contains optimized compatibility with iOS 7. All VerifyMe SSO users who have saved login information within the app will have a smooth transition of their stored passwords into Apple's newest operating system. Saved login information can be stored locally on an iOS 7 compatible device, including all iPhone, iPad and iPod models. VerifyMe SSO utilizes the latest encryption techniques and a unique color swipe gesture to protect all of your most important login credentials.
VerifyMe SSO has also been updated with a notification option. This option can be enabled to send the user an email or text message alert whenever repeated attempts to access the VerifyMe SSO app are unsuccessful. For instance, if someone tries to "break in" to your VerifyMe SSO passwords on your iPad, you will receive a text alert on your iPhone. This gives you an extra level of assurance that your passwords are only accessed by you with your unique swipe and color pattern.
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