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HYPR is the leading provider of True Passwordless Security with millions of users deployed across the Global 2000.

Shared secrets are the #1 cause of enterprise breaches, fraud and phishing attacks.

HYPR is the first Authentication Platform designed to eliminate passwords and shared secrets - effectively removing the hackers’ primary target while eliminating fraud, phishing and credential reuse for consumers and employees across the enterprise.

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HYPR Android SDK Usage

There are a few ways that the HYPR Android SDK can be used:
Customer Authentication, Workforce Access, FIDO Only, and the FIDO Client Adapter.

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Supported Version

Please use HYPR Android SDK 6.0.0+ to access all features described in this document.

The main differences between these options are the functionality provided, and what interface component needs to be used.

Customer Authentication

This implementation involves using the HYPR Android SDK to authenticate into a website. This is a full HYPR implementation.

  • Direct communication with HYPR RP Server / HYPR FIDO Server
  • Interface: HyprInit, HyprApiActionAdapter, HyprDbAdapter
  • Related Components: UIAdapter, User Agent, Fido Client, ASMs, and Authenticators
  • Functionality: OOB Registration, Website Authentication, FIDO Operations

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Learn More

To learn more about OOB Consumer Access and how to integrate it into your app, go to the Consumer Access page

Workforce Access

This implementation involves using the HYPR Android SDK to authenticate into a workstation. This is a full HYPR implementation.

  • Direct communication with HYPR RP Server / HYPR FIDO Server
  • Interface: HyprInit, HyprApiActionAdapter, HyprDbAdapter
  • Related Components: UIAdapter, User Agent, FIDO Client, ASMs, and Authenticators
  • Functionality: OOB Registration, Workstation Authentication, FIDO Operations

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Learn More

To learn more about OOB Workforce Access and how to integrate it into your app, go to the Workforce Access page

FIDO Only

This implementation involves using the HYPR Android SDK to authenticate into an application and does not use any out-of-band authentication.

  • Direct communication with HYPR RP Server / HYPR FIDO Server
  • Interface: HyprInit, HyprApiActionAdapter, HyprDbAdapter
  • Related Components: UIAdapter, User Agent, FIDO Client, ASMs, and Authenticators
  • Functionality: FIDO Operations

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Learn More

To learn more about FIDO Client Adapter and how to integrate it into your app, go to the FIDO Only page

FIDO Client Adapter

This implementation involves using the HYPR Android SDK to authenticate into an Android Application. It is a wrapper around the FIDO Client that replaces the User Agent. It is used for implementations where the customer only wants HYPR to generate the raw FIDO Payload. They will then take that raw FIDO payload and manage the server communication themselves.

  • No direct communication with HYPR RP Server / HYPR FIDO Server
  • Interface: HyprInit, Fido Client Adapter
  • Related Components: FIDO Client Adapter, FIDO Client, ASMs, and Authenticators
  • Functionality: FIDO Operations

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Learn More

To learn more about FIDO Client Adapter and how to integrate it into your app, go to the FIDO Client Adapter page

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