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Multi-Factor Authentication

MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) is a security measure that can enhance the security of users and systems. It requires users to provide two or more factors of authentication to verify their identity when logging in or performing sensitive operations.

For SetherAuth, the second form of authentication is a code that is sent as a text message or email. Once you enable MFA, SetherAuth generates an authentication code every time someone attempts to sign in to your account. The only way someone can sign in to your account is if they know both your password and have access to the authentication code.

Configure MFA

On the user profile page, you can see the configuration of multi-factor authentication. If you cannot see it, make sure the organization has added the multi-factor authentication item in the account items table.

Using a TOTP mobile app

Using text messages

Using email