PassBan Open House (Developer)

  • February 27, 2013 · 6:00 PM

PassBan is launching their Developer Program on Feb. 27th. And the CEO and Founder has invited all of us to join them at 6pm for their Open House.


On Feb 27th, app developers will have access to PassBan's multi-factor, user-verification SDK and platform APIs. Without affecting the overall feel of their app, developers can try out an intuitive and customizable mobile security solution as an alternative to the mostly ignored password system.

You can read more about PassBan here or read their interesting overview of the State of Security for 3rd Party Applications.


The event is free, dinner/drinks will be provided, and there will be a presentation of how developers can access PassBan. This event is intended for developers and I was warned the presentation might be a bit technical, but he has warmly encouraged us all to join them!


Personally, this is a great chance to go deeper into the technical side of multi-factor mobile authentication and the massive capabilities of our smartphone devices.


**RSVP is Required**


This should be another sweet event. Excited to see everyone there!




The PassBan Office

607 Market St. Suite 200

San Francisco, CA 94105




As always, BART or Muni are the most convenient choices. If youa re driving, here are cheap places to park.

PRIORITY Parking (590 Mission St.)
STANDARD Parking (521 Mission St.)
CITY Park - Jessie Square (220 Stevenson St.)
CITY Park - MOMA (147 Minna St.)
SF Park Ellis/O'Farrell Garage (123 O'Farrell St.)
*All of them range roughly from $9-$15

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I have a meeting likely to run late just before

    February 27, 2013

  • Arthur G.

    sorry I can't make this one!

    February 26, 2013

  • Doug S.

    Fascinated to explore multi-factor authentication made easy!

    February 16, 2013

  • Arthur G.

    Look forward to it!

    February 15, 2013

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