Secure
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For passkeys
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Open Source
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Build the best login you have ever seen

Hanko is an open source user management system with a passkey-first approach that takes you on the journey beyond passwords. For better security, higher conversion rates, and happier users.

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<hanko-auth>

<hanko-auth>
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Ready-to-use registration and login UI built for passkeys
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Integrates in minutes with any web application
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Email passcodes and optional password support
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CSS styles

<hanko-profile>

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A customizable profile page
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Can be placed freely in your web app
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Self-service email & passkey management
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Place Hanko web components

The Hanko custom elements are what makes the integration so simple: they can be placed anywhere on your app or website.

Customize CSS

Style the web components to fit your brand. Almost everything can be changed with pre-defined CSS classes. You want gradient buttons? Here you go.

Sit back and go passwordless

Hanko takes care of securing your login and guiding your users towards passwordless authentication with passkeys. You can focus on what matters: your project.

Place Hanko web components

The Hanko elements are what makes the integration so simple: they can be placed anywhere on your app or website.

Customize CSS

Style the web components to fit your brand. Almost everything can be changed with pre-defined CSS classes. You want gradient buttons? Here you go.

Sit back and go passwordless

Hanko takes care of securing your login and guiding your users towards passwordless authentication with passkeys. You can focus on what matters: your project.

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Secure & convenient,
built for passkeys

Passkeys are a new way to sign in that works completely without passwords. By using the security capabilities of your devices like fingerprint or face recognition, passkeys are more secure and are easier to use than both passwords and all current 2-factor authentication methods.

– Based on public key cryptography

– Natively supported on all major platforms

– Synchronized across your devices

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More about passkeys

Guiding users into
a passwordless world

The future is passwordless – but today is not. Hanko provides a beautiful login that meets your users where they are, and carefully guides them into a world beyond passwords.

Managed by you, hosted by us

Hanko Cloud lets you create your own Hanko projects with one click. We take care of hosting and security, while you build the best login you've ever seen.

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Project overview

Get a new Hanko project up and running with one click.

User management

Find out who’s using your product and manage their access.

Audit logs

Keep track of your user’s authentication activities and find anomalies.

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“Hanko's simple yet future-proof authentication solution quickly convinced us when building our vertical bank. Customer-centric and frictionless, but at the same time fulfilling our advanced PSD2 requirements.”
Stefan Weiß, CTO
CURE.finance - Digital Banking for Health Professionals
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“With the help of Hanko, we were able to prove the feasibility of our vision for a passwordless login at SAP Universal ID in terms of technical implementation as well as usability on all major operating systems such as Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.”
Michael Braun,
IT Chief Product Owner of Identity & User Management at SAP
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“The development effort for introducing passwordless authentication was significantly reduced through the use of Hanko. The Hanko team helped us to successfully navigate implementing passwordless authentication into our application stack and user interfaces.”
Thilo Brandt
IT Senior Manager, SAP Universal ID

Hanko’s foundation:
Open source

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Have a look at Hanko’s source code on GitHub