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SecureAuth Mobile Authenticate

Smart OTP Client for iOS and Android

Personal Use

Personal Use

Protect your most valuable online and email accounts with 2-factor authentication (2FA)

Universal Features

Main screen of the SecureAuth authenticator app.
Business Use

Business Use

Protect your business from cyber threats with incredibly customizable 2FA experience

SecureAuth-Specific Features

What is SecureAuth Mobile Authenticate

SecureAuth Mobile Authenticator is an iOS/Android authenticator app that generates one-time passcodes for your MFA-protected apps and online accounts. SecureAuth Mobile Authenticate helps you protect yourself from hackers and account takeovers by adding an additional layer of security, using 2-factor verification and device biometrics.

Smartphone screen showing MFA enrollment dialog for the SecureAuth authenticator mobile app.
For Everyone

Protect Yourself Online

SecureAuth Authenticate is a free modern mobile authenticator app that protects your personal apps and online accounts with one-time passwords.

One-time password

One-time password

Once you enroll in 2-step verification for an online service or account, SecureAuth Authenticate will generate a unique 6-digit passcode token every 60 seconds.

Work & personal accounts

Work & personal accounts

SecureAuth Authenticate is a universal authenticator so you can use it to protect your personal accounts such as GMail, LinkedIn or Outlook.

For Businesses

SecureAuth Mobile Authenticate Features

Push Notifications

Push notification on a smartphone with SecureAuth Authenticate authenticator app installed.

SecureAuth Authenticate displays a push notification on a user’s phone when a second factor is required. A user can choose to either Accept or Deny the request rather than manually re-typing the passcode. The functionality is called Push-to-Accept and is popular with busy on-the-go professionals.


Smartphone with SecureAuth Authenticate app shows a Symbol to Accept screen with 4 letters.

Instead of simple Accept/Deny options, SecureAuth Authenticate can display a set of symbols and the user must tap the icon matching the symbol in the login screen. The feature prevents users from blindly accepting an MFA prompt if they are too frequent.

Passwordless ready

SecureAuth Authenticate provides a strong factor bound to a device in the user’s possession (“something you have”). The smartphone can act as a factor/password in passwordless login flows in various CIAM or workforce situations.

Unlock detection

When a user disables the phone lock, SecureAuth Authenticate will stop showing OTP codes for all SecureAuth accounts until the phone lock is re-enabled.


SecureAuth Authenticate performs device binding to the user profile to prevent unauthorized app cloning. The authenticator provides OTP seed protection using a secure enclave.

PIN protection

For an additional layer of security, a user must enter a 4- or 8-digit PIN to view a SecureAuth authenticator app passcode. Users can create this PIN during the enrollment process.

Works in offline mode

The smartphone will not receive push notifications when the user is offline, but the authenticator app still generates one-time passcodes. The user can use these OTP codes to login to MFA-protected Windows PC.

Jailbreak detection

If a user installs SecureAuth Authenticate on a jailbroken or rooted phone, SecureAuth will detect the occurrence and will not allow the user to set up a SecureAuth account. (Coming Soon)

MFA Enrollment

Three MFA setup methods are available to SecureAuth Mobile Authenticate users:

User Self Enroll

Users can self-enroll during the initial login process

Enrollment Link

Users can self-enroll using a special enrollment link

User profile

Users can self-enroll using a self-service user profile


Download SecureAuth Authenticate from the Apple App Store or Android Play Store.

State of Authentication Report 2023

Survey results from 285 IT & Security professionals on the latest MFA, passwordless, and device trust trends

2023 State of Authentication Report

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