Comarch tPro, in its two versions Touch and Lite, is more than a security token. It enables clients to verify the recipient and the amount of money transferred. It uses a browser and computer independent encrypted communication channel between a client and a financial institution. In addition, tPro can be used as login protection.
How does tPro connect with a bank? It needs either USB or a Bluetooth connection with a computer or any other device with the Internet access. Thanks to a fully encrypted channel, the computer software does not affect the transferred data.
Comarch tPro has been designed to enable secure verification of electronic funds transfers, based on a direct, fully encrypted bank-tPro data channel.
In case of a single transfer, tPro verifies the recipient and the amount of the transferred money not only by the user’s confirmation, but also – to avoid routine errors – by requesting re-entering of the data or part of the data. In case of transfer bundles containing hundreds or thousands of account numbers, if there are suspicious numbers, the bank may ask a client to check or re-enter them with tPro.
What you see
is what you sign
What you see is what you sign
After sending a transfer request to a bank, all data is encrypted and sent to tPro. The client sees exactly the same information that the bank server received.
Man-in-the-browser attack protection
No computer software could affect the electronic funds transfer, the tPro-bank connection is secure.
Even if somebody has the credentials, they are unable to make a transfer without tPro and without knowing its PIN. They would not even be able to use any illegally obtained one-time passwords.
Username, password and even one-time password are still not all that is required to make a transfer.
with a bank
Encrypted connection with a bank
Thanks to encryption, no information exchanged with a bank could be accessed by unauthorized people.
tPro uses more advanced cryptography techniques than web browsers.