Prevent Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) Attacks with Two-factor Authentication. Man-in-the-Middle attacks create a method of active eavesdropping wherein an attacker breaks and makes connections between victims and relays messages on their behalf.
The victims falsely believe that they are speaking directly to each other, but the attacker is intercepting messages and injecting new communications. An important part of this attack is replicating deceptively authentic language so as to not draw suspicion from either victim.
Unencrypted Wi-Fi access points are susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks. Any attacker within a Wi-Fi range has the potential to intercept.
Instant Login is immune to these middlemen because of its dual network utilization. A hacker cannot feign your login process since a unique offline one-time password is generated at each scan.
One-time passwords from your SAASPASS app are generated offline and maintained internally within your phone. Unlike SMS text messages, they are resistant to the man-in-the-phone attacks.