Implement Hydro 2FA
I'd like to recommend integrating Hydro Raindrop, a blockchain based 2FA which provides security against hacking.
This is a safe and quick-to-implement security feature for users of ProtonMail. Here’s a demo of how our product would look from a user perspective:
Hydro Authenticator (Hydro: Security & Identity)
- 100% Free (integration and use)
- Available on iOS & Android
-Implementation only takes 1 hour
-Seamless portal for blockchain-based identity management and document signing for your users can be integrated in future versions; one-stop shop for your users’ financial lives, powered by blockchain technology.
Check out the Hydrogen site for more information https://www.hydrogenplatform.com/
blockchains are useless commented
Lol fuck you dumbass useless blockchain bullshit. TOTP keys are an industry standard and I can use one app for over a dozen accounts.
I think you misunderstand how Hydro works. The creation of a HydroID is the only time that anything relating to authentication is written to the blockchain. From that point it is only a read of the chain. This verifies that the correct user signed a message whenever the user is trying to authenticate themselves. Your authentication attempts do not get stored on chain - that would be slow and expensive.
Also the project is already decentralized and is becoming more so by the day. I am not sure why you think it is centralised.
We would love to hear from you about 'unaddressed security issues' or any other concerns you may have over at the Hydro Community GitHub - https://github.com/HydroCommunity/Community-Brainstorming/issues, or you can chat to the developers directly on Discord (discord.gg/gxAUagw) and Telegram (https://t.me/projecthydro)
Lucian Boca commented
I work in the blockchain space and had to warn everyone here that Hydro's solution(s) have fundamental architectural flaws (e.g. storing all authentication attempts on a blockchain), unaddressed security and centralization issues and would likely introduce friction via a custom token. This is shameless, unsubstantiated marketing hype.
@4rsy3dw74e security does not have to be one thing or the other. There is nothing stopping ProtonMail from implementing both systems.
Not everyone has $45 to spend on another device that can be easily lost or stolen.
I also wonder if you have actually looked at the Hydro system?
Bad idea, does not protect from phishing unlike U2F/FIDO.
srinithi prasath commented
U can use Blockchain for better encryption than the previous one
Philip john commented
This is web 3.0
Use Hydro and you are secure!
The best project in 2018 (y)
Hydro 2fa is 100 times better then google 2fa
I believe Hydro will be a great feature on ProtonMail for safety and because it is 100% free to implement. Hydro seems to be a better alternative to Google Authenticator, Authy or SMS.
Only 2 words for hydro GG!!
go with hydro we already implemented on it. As well those big partners Example TD bank??? Ohh come oh...
This is the future so we need Hydro! :)
Thanks for the comments.
To answer your points, the codes are not sent through the blockchain, this would be slow and expensive. Instead, the user creates a user ID (HydroID) which is recorded on theblockchain when setting up the app (a process that requires no email or other information). From then on site logons only check that they are the owner of that ID by reading off the blockchain, which is a fast and free process.
This process is 100% free to implement, use, download & deploy. At no point would the user or ProtonMail be required to purchase Hydro.
With regards to the Google system, there is a reason that the authenticator was dropped by Google themselves. This short video should shows the differences.
With regards to your final point I can understand your wariness. I would like to point out that Hydrogen have never sold any tokens, however there where were a certain number given to developers for free to develop on the ecosystem. Please do read up on the project, you may be surprised what you find.
Stephen Ward commented
Implementation of the Hydro 2fa app gives users much needed improved security! It's free so would be stupid not to
Just look and read Hydro.... you will understand
This is straight up retarded. It makes no sense. Why is it sending the codes through a blockchain? How does this benefit anyone? Why not just send it directly to the website like google authenticator does? Its faster and more anonymous.
I believe you have purchased a shitcoin sir. Stop shilling your utter garbage all over the internet.
please add hydro - safe and easy
Hydrogen platform is making really good progress with raindrop implementation👍
Integrating hydro raindrop