What is BLogin?
BLogin is a logical access control system based on biometrics that we need only our hand to log in into Windows. BLogin is Active Directory compatible. 

The BLogin in details:
Even these days’ most well-known solution for computer login is password based authentication, passwords mean an increasing security risk for companies. Despite stricter regulations, password use is almost an everyday issue for not only the users but also the IT staff, meaning an increased burden for the latter. In addition, passwords involve continuous inconveniences and high security risk, as users have to remember 8-10 passwords, therefore they usually write these down or choose low-security ones. The palm vein recognition based BLogin system offers a simple to use solution with the wave of a hand, instead of unsecure passwords, which can be stolen or copied easily.

Users’ reaction to complex password based systems in general:

  • They do not change the passwords
  • They use simple passwords
  • They forget or write up their passwords

In case of companies, this causes the following inconveniences:

  • Constant inconveniences for the users
  • Security risk
  • Implies continuous burden on the IT staff

Main benefits of using BLogin:

  • Unsecure passwords, which can be stolen, are replaced and managed by a single-gate biometric identification
  • It creates an each time different 127 characters long password for login
  • No more expired passwords
  • Decreased security risk
  • Increased efficiency
  • Decreased administrative burden for the IT staff
  • Active Directory compatible, therefore access and right management can be managed on one surface together with domain management
  • It can be combined with other biometric products
  • Can be integrated with other IT security systems

Applied OP system: Windows 8, 8.1, (32 or 64 bit), Windows 10, Linux Ubuntu 16
Right management: Active Directory is necessary, recommended only for corporate clients
Database: MSSQL, PostgreSQL
Active Directory: complete compatibility
Stand alone: only one person can have access in case of offline mode
Domain management: possible
Necessary hardware: mouse with palm vein sensor or desk terminal + 1 USB port
Possible identification procedure: verification (template + user name), identification (template only)