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Castle vs Virgil Security: What are the differences?

Castle: Track security events or any unstructured data from your web backend or mobile app, and Castle will look for anomalies. Castle looks for suspicious login patterns without bothering the legitimate user nor the site administrator. The fully-automated anti-hijack engine identifies potential account compromises based on where the user logs in from and how they navigate the site; Virgil Security: We make every developer into an applied cryptologist. Virgil consists of an open-source encryption library, which implements CMS and ECIES(including RSA schema), a Key Management API, and a cloud-based Key Management Service.

Castle and Virgil Security belong to "Security" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Castle are:

  • Security Analytics
  • Threat Alerts
  • Login Notification Emails

On the other hand, Virgil Security provides the following key features:

  • End-to-end encryption
  • Passwordless authentication
  • Data verification

Virgil Security is an open source tool with 139 GitHub stars and 12 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Virgil Security's open source repository on GitHub.

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    What is Castle?

    Castle looks for suspicious login patterns without bothering the legitimate user nor the site administrator. The fully-automated anti-hijack engine identifies potential account compromises based on where the user logs in from and how they navigate the site.

    What is Virgil Security?

    Virgil consists of an open-source encryption library, which implements CMS and ECIES(including RSA schema), a Key Management API, and a cloud-based Key Management Service.

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