Password Sentry Pro Version
Password Sentry is a Better Idea! Protecting 1000's of websites since 1999!
Password Sentry (PS) is a website password protection enterprise software application that monitors logins to detect and block password sharing. PS employs cutting edge technology to block dictionary
and brute force attacks: stop hackers from guessing passwords. Secure your website password protection with Password Sentry!
Rated 9.14 out of 10 by our Clients!
Average Client uses PS on 2.60 Sites!
Average Client has been using PS for 8.39 years!
82.86% of our Clients will purchase more PS Licenses!
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Packed with advanced features and functionality.
Basic Authentication or Form-Based Authentication (via AuthForm (AF) Plugin
Easy to integrate in other apps to track logins using PS API.
Uses proprietary GeoTrackingTM
technology to detect and block password sharing.
Can detect and block brute force / dictionary attacks via AuthForm (AF) Plugin
Can detect and block Proxy / VPN accesses via ProxyVPN (PVPN) Plugin
Can allow Sign-On (SSO) links between Password Sentry protected websites via InterLinking (IL) Plugin
Can monitor and throttle per-user bandwidth usage via BandwidthMonitor (BM) Plugin
Can block user access by IP and/or Country.
Easy to install via the web-based installer app, or request FREE installation by our professionals via Jobber app in the PS Client Area
Web-based admin control panel (PS AdminCP) to administer PS, and manage users.
FREE lifetime technical support and updates.
Password Sentry is NOT an IP counter application. Password Sentry counts unique logins using geographical metrics. PS analyzes logins using
PS::GeoTracking technology. Each user is geographically profiled. Their exact location is derived from their IP address: City, Region, Country, and Coordinates (Latitude and Longitude). User logins are then
mapped, and the distance between logins analyzed for any given user. If a login is mapped outside the acceptible radius threshold (measured in miles, and defined via Control Panel Preferences), the user is suspended.
This algorithm ensures that false positives (false suspensions) and false negatives (failing to identify password sharing) are negligible.