Restoring Trust in Passwords


Keep your existing authentication framework; you stay in complete control


Even the simplest passwords can now be secured against offline attacks


Protects billions of passwords; in the cloud, or in your data center

Completely secure your passwords against offline attack, even if your password database is stolen.

TapLink at a Glance

Imagine you could join a Password Defense League where your users’ passwords are immediately secured by the total combined resources of sites all across the internet. Blind Hashing allows sites to effectively pool their resources into a common defense fund for securing passwords.

We provide an additive layer of security which works in conjunction with your existing password defenses, systems and processes. You maintain complete control over your data, your users, and your authentication process, with no lock-in.

TapLink Blind Hashing is a simple back-end API call; invisible to the end-user, easy to integrate with existing authentication frameworks, and perfectly secure against offline attacks. Blind Hashing provides defense-in-depth by completely protecting your site’s password database even in the event of a breach.

Our mission is to become the secure internet authentication fabric for everyone. Together, we can protect users by putting an end to password theft.

Never Lose a Password

Even the simplest passwords are protected by Blind Hashing.

Simple & Unobtrusive

An additive layer of security which is completely transparent to your users.

Private & Secure

Blind Hashing protects your passwords without turning over your user data to a 3rd party.

How It Works

We start by generating a massively large pool of completely random data, stored in racks of solid-state drives, and secured in world class data centers. Learn more…

Easy Integration

Blind Hashing is a single click install on all major platforms, and an open source library for your favorite language. Our solution is easy to add or remove on a per-user basis.

Under Your Control

Your privacy and security is our only concern. Blind Hashing knows nothing about your users; not their username, nor their password, not even if a login attempt was successful.