All you need to know to implement a One Time Password (OTP) flow for your site – Part 2

1 In the first part of this series I explained about the what OTP is, the initial prepations you need to do to implement your own OTP flow and the differences between the common channels that OTP is sent over. For this episode, I will explain the last two parts of this series: Sending of… Continue reading All you need to know to implement a One Time Password (OTP) flow for your site – Part 2

All you need to know to implement a One Time Password (OTP) flow for your site – Part 1

1 Having a One-Time-Password (OTP) flow for your app or website is a very common requirement nowadays. But how does it work? What do you need to get started? What are the pitfalls and challenges you will face? We’ve seen our clients roll out their implementations countless times, which basically is a boilerplate repeatable process… Continue reading All you need to know to implement a One Time Password (OTP) flow for your site – Part 1

How to Quickly Add an SMS OTP Flow to Your Laravel Project

Creating a complete OTP (one-time password) flow from scratch can be quite time-consuming. To avoid wasting, we’ll use our own GetOTP so you can add a fast and simple OTP flow to a Laravel project. Using very little code, you’ll be able to set up your SMS OTP flow in 9 simple steps. But first:… Continue reading How to Quickly Add an SMS OTP Flow to Your Laravel Project

One-Time-PIN or OTP

What is OTP (One-Time Password or PIN)? A one-time PIN is a code that is created randomly and is valid for only one session or a transaction. This one time PIN are usually sent over the phone as an SMS, but it can also be sent via email or even within a phone call. Commonly… Continue reading One-Time-PIN or OTP