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Developer Site: TDB

Postman CollectionTDB

Open API Specification: TDB

Authentication Type:  TDB

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Stytch is a passwordless authentication platform that provides developers with a simple and secure way to authenticate users. The company’s technical specs and infrastructure are designed to handle high volumes of authentication requests and provide real-time access to user data.

Stytch offers several APIs that developers can use to integrate its passwordless authentication services into their applications, including:

Authentication API: This API allows developers to authenticate users using various authentication methods, such as email, SMS, and magic links.

User Management API: This API allows developers to manage user accounts, such as creating and deleting user accounts, updating user information, and managing user access.

Identity API: This API allows developers to access user identity data, such as user profile information and activity logs.

Stytch’s infrastructure is built on top of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is designed to be highly scalable and reliable. The company uses a combination of AWS services, including EC2, RDS, and S3, to manage user data and process authentication requests.

In terms of security protocols, Stytch employs multiple layers of encryption to protect user data and prevent unauthorized access. The company also uses industry-standard authentication protocols to ensure that only authorized users can access its APIs and user data.

To date, there have been no reported data breaches for Stytch. However, the company regularly reviews and updates its security protocols to mitigate potential threats.

Stytch’s API performance is generally reliable, with fast response times and minimal downtime. However, API performance can vary depending on factors such as network latency and the number of concurrent requests.

Stytch has not had any significant downtime reported in recent years, which suggests that its infrastructure is highly resilient and reliable.

Stytch has evolved over time to expand its passwordless authentication offerings and provide more advanced features to businesses. In the future, the company plans to continue innovating and expanding its platform to support a wider range of businesses and industries. Stytch’s vision is to make authentication as easy and secure as possible for businesses of all sizes, and they plan to achieve this through ongoing investments in technology and partnerships with other software providers.

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