WebAuthn for Confluence
Passwordless authentication with FIDO2 & WebAuthn. Easier login experience via biometrics or FIDO2 security keys
New Login Experience
Use security hardware keys or built-in biometrics to login to Confluence. No need to use passwords anymore. No need to remember passwords anymore.
Asymmetric cryptography is used instead of passwords or SMS texts. The Private Key is stored securely on the user’s device, a Public Key and randomly generated Credential ID is sent to the server.
WebAuthn (Web Authentication) is a W3C web standard — interface for authenticating users to web-based applications and services using public-key cryptography (asymmetric cryptography).
WebAuthn (Web Authentication) is a web standard published by W3C in 2019. WebAuthn enables passwordless authentication between servers, browsers, and authenticators. WebAuthn is supported on Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.
A hardware security key and biometric on the authenticator can be used together. You may register as many credentials as you need.
Alpha Serve has been experienced in security solutions for Atlassian products since 2018. A range of reliable 2FA applications supporting U2F security keys is used by thousands of Atlassian users from various industries worldwide on a daily basis.
As part of our business, we constantly investigate the user security industry and offer only the most reliable advanced technologies which have already proved their effectiveness and have been enshrined in the world security standards.
Privacy and security
Fingerprint, TouchID or FIDO2 security keys can be used as credentials instead of password. Each user can add several credentials based on his needs. Press "Add New Credentials" to add new credentials.