AntumID Launches DigiPassword Pro Extension for Chromium Browsers

Keeping your passwords safe and secure is the most important thing in the crypto world, as one wrong move and you could end up losing all of your crypto – especially if you store it on an exchange. If you care about your security, then you’re going to love the DigiPassword Pro extension from AntumID. Simply install a plugin on your Chromium browser and you can login to virtually any website or web application using your DigiID by scanning a QR code.

Say Goodbye to Password Theft

A popular method of hacking people is by stealing the data from password forms, but with the DigiPassword Pro plugin you can say goodbye to that threat totally. Whenever you wish to log into a site, you can click the DigiID logo and it will generate a QR code. You then scan the QR code from your Digi-ID/AntumID mobile app and it will generate a one-time use password that logs you into the site – even if the website doesn’t support DigiByte. Coinbase has installed bcrypt on its login forms, but hackers can still snatch your email ID, making the DigiPassword Pro extension your safest option.

It Works on Virtually Every Website

If you were wondering whether you can use it on any website, or just sites that enable the tech, then we have a treat in store for you – you can use it anywhere. Whether you want to log in to Facebook and catch up with your friends or trade crypto on Coinbase – all you need in your life is the DigiPassword Pro extension to keep you safe and sound. By swapping to the DigiPassword Pro extension from AntumID you can keep your data and crypto safe and sound – another load off your mind.

As crypto exchanges and other platforms continue to suffer data breaches, it’s more important than ever to secure your passwords – especially if you’re using the same one for many sites. While the DigiPassword Pro extension does cost a little bit, you can’t put a price on peace of mind.

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