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Nexus Personal Mobile combines online two-factor authentication (2FA) using push notifications and offline one-time password (OTP) authentication in a single mobile app. 

To authenticate with Personal Mobile using push notifications, the user verifies that the random picture shown in the mobile app is the same as in the target application. This is done by pressing the smartphone’s fingerprint reader, using iPhone Face ID or typing in a PIN. To authenticate with Personal Mobile using time-based OTPs (TOTPs), the user enters a traditional, static password and a TOTP to gain access.

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Nexus Personal Mobile 4.0 has been released today. Personal Mobile 4.0 introduces a completely redesigned, neutral user interface (UI) where identities stored on the device are visualized as cards in a wallet-style environment. The end user is free to choose the layout of each identity. This is the first step towards the new feature we name Dynamic Branding Function (DBF).

For more information see the release note.

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