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Protect your account with Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA) is a method of electronic authentication, which adds an extra layer of security to your account in case your password is stolen. After you set up authentication in EasyDMARC, you’ll sign in to your account in two steps using:

  • Step 1 –  Password
  • Step 2 –  Your phone

How to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) in EasyDMARC

  1. Go to Settings -> Security page, when you are logged in.
  2. Click “Enable 2-factor authentication” button.enable button of two-factor authentication
  3. Scan QR code with any authenticator app (Google Authenticator, Authy Authenticator, LastPass Authenticator, etc…) and press “Next” button.
    scan QR code

Input one-time password (OTP) , generated by authenticator app, and click “Verify OTP”.
verify one-time password screen

5. You did it!

final screen of two-factor authentication

 

How to disable two-factor authentication ( 2FA) in EasyDMARC

  1. Go to Settings -> Security page, when you are logged in.
  2. Click “Disable 2-factor authentication” button.

disable button of two-factor authentication

  1. Confirm
  2. You did it

Summary

EasyDMARC supports 2-factor authentication to protect your account from cybercriminals. We recommend you to enable it to secure your account from malicious use. More about Time-Based One-Time Password Algorithm you can find in RFC 6238.

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