Sending mTANs for 2-factor authentication by SMS and voice to cellphones
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Use two-factor authentication to protect important Internet access points and logins from unauthorized access and hacking. The simplest form of two-factor authentication is to send transaction numbers (TANs) in the form of SMS text messages or voice messages. Today, everyone carries their cellphone with them at all times.
Download the eCall mTAN product flyer
Find out more about using mTANs for a two-factor authentication with eCall in our product flyer.
Interfaces and connections to global providers
Straightforward connection to all main SMS APIs and to providers of 2-factor authentication: RSA SecurID Appliance, SMS Passcode via WebService and SafeNet via HTTPS interface.
mTAN as text-to-speech
eCall exclusively offers a combination of mTAN text-to-speech messaging with “High Privacy“ security option: Our system “reads” the security code to the recipient. After processing, all content is overwritten and cannot be acoustically or visually reconstructed. This feature is an ideal addition for situations involving confidential or critical content.
Standing out from the competition
Our Targeted SMS Routing function sets us apart from our competitors. eCall supports numerous SMS providers with various roaming partners. Routes can be optimized based on the destination number and selection of providers. This ensures consistent high quality in national and international traffic.
Special tool: SMS Routing Finder
The tool enables you to send your SMS messages to their recipients’ cellphones using your own selected routes–– even messages destined for regions with less widespread coverage. Routing Finder sends text messages to your cellphone along various routes, with a dedicated security code as ID for each message. You receive a message and security code from every functioning route. Simply enter the security code in the tool to confirm your choice of route.
Applications for mTAN procedure
SMS TANs can be used wherever sensitive data are involved in online environments, e.g. eBanking, access to online portals or logins for many types of account requiring access to sensitive data.
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