With the OAuth Platfrom, authorize your end users for free, pay only for the API request calls made. Start with a free Sandbox account. All plans come with chat and email support.
OAuth Plans that work for your scaling needs. Upgrade your plans easily from your dashboard, cancel anytime.
API calls per
*call made to a provider with content length of 20KB (including request and response) or less is counted as 1 API call.
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At Pathfix, security is of the utmost importance. All our tokens (access and refresh) associated with user accounts are encrypted and stored on cluster servers designed to prevent brute-force attacks even in case of a breach. Making it not only unreadable to human eyes but also inaccessible from any attack. All Pathfix accounts come with Firewall blocking as well.
Additionally, our servers and encryption algorithms go through stringent penetration tests and quality checks (SSL Server Test (Powered by Qualys SSL Labs)) ensuring that our servers and data are always secured.
No. Pathfix allows you to connect to multiple service providers through a single Pathfix code. No additional SDK’s required, no multiple installs needed.
If you decide to stop using the connection and messaging service from Pathfix, you will be given the option to request for your user token data. Once the request has been received and verified, we would share the tokens in an encrypted file.
Pathfix will make the service available with an Annual Uptime Percentage of 99.5%.
All Pathfix plans are paid monthly, we do not lock you into any annual contract. You can start and stop your subscription at any time.
An API communication/message request to the service provider through Pathfix is termed as a Call. Call made to a provider with content length of 20KB or less is counted as 1 API call. If the Call content length exceeds 20KB, the call units consumed will be factored accordingly.
Note: Authorizing a user does not count as a call.
You will be notified when you are closer to your limit. At which point, you will have to upgrade your plan to the next tier. If you hit your limit and fail to upgrade, your connections will resume once you have upgraded for the month.