Orokii

Orokii places paramount importance on security

We use a variety of security measures to protect your personal and financial information, including blockchain technology, bank-grade encryption, and enterprise-grade fraud detection. We also offer a number of features that help to protect you and your transactions, such as biometric login, two-factor authentication, and security alerts.

By using these security measures, Orokii helps to keep your transactions safe and secure. We are committed to providing you with a secure and reliable platform for sending and receiving money.

Here are some of the specific security measures that Orokii uses:
> Blockchain technology: Orokii uses blockchain technology to secure your transactions. Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that makes it very difficult to tamper with or hack transactions.

> Bank-grade encryption using SSL 1.2: Orokii uses bank-grade encryption using SSL 1.2 to protect your personal and financial information. SSL 1.2 is a secure protocol that encrypts data in transit, making it very difficult for hackers to intercept and steal your information.

> Enterprise-grade fraud detection and continuous monitoring: Orokii uses enterprise-grade fraud detection and continuous monitoring to protect your transactions from fraud. This includes measures such as real-time transaction monitoring, risk scoring, and machine learning.

> Biometric login: You can use your fingerprint or Face ID to log in to your Orokii account, which adds an additional layer of security.

> Two-factor authentication:You can enable two-factor authentication for your Orokii account, which requires you to enter a code from your phone in addition to your password when you log in.

> Security alerts: Orokii will send you security alerts if it detects any suspicious activity on your account.

> Privacy policy: Orokii has a strict privacy policy that protects your personal and financial information.

Biometric Features

Orokii offers two biometric features:
> Fingerprint login: You can use your fingerprint to log in to your Orokii account. This is a secure and convenient way to log in, and it is especially useful if you are wearing gloves or have wet hands.

> Face ID: If your device has Face ID, you can use it to log in to your Orokii account. Face ID is a more convenient biometric feature than fingerprint login, and it can also be used if you are wearing gloves or have wet hands.

How to use biometric features

To use biometric features to log in to your Orokii account, follow these steps:
1. Open the Orokii app.
2. Tap on the “Log In” button.
3. If you have enabled fingerprint login, you will see a fingerprint icon. Tap on the fingerprint icon to scan your fingerprint.
4. If you have enabled Face ID, you will see a face icon. Hold your device in front of your face so that the TrueDepth camera can scan your face.
If you do not have the Biometrics enabled you can simply enable it in settings.

Benefits of using biometric features

There are several benefits to using biometric features to log in to your Orokii account:
> Security: Biometric features are more secure than passwords. This is because biometric features are unique to each individual, and they cannot be easily guessed or stolen.

> Convenience: Biometric features are more convenient than passwords. This is because you do not have to remember a password, and you can log in with just a touch or a glance.

> Ease of use: Biometric features are easy to use. You can simply touch your finger or hold your device in front of your face to log in.

> Resilience to phishing attacks: Biometric features cannot be phished, which means that they are more resistant to online attacks.

> Protection against unauthorized access: Biometric features can help to protect your account from unauthorized access, even if your password is compromised.

> Ease of use for people with disabilities: Biometric features can be easier to use for people with disabilities who may have difficulty remembering passwords or typing.
Here are some additional insights about biometric features:
> Biometric features are more secure than passwords. This is because biometric features are unique to each individual, and they cannot be easily guessed or stolen.

> There are a number of different biometric features that can be used to authenticate users, including fingerprint scanning, facial recognition, and voice recognition.

> Biometric features are more secure than passwords. This is because biometric features are unique to each individual, and they cannot be easily guessed or stolen.