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Two factor authentication
Just wondering if anyone has been able to implement a satisfactory two factor authentication method such as code by text message, phone call or other?

Thanks everyone.
ID
932
Category
User Experience
Author

Location Logic
Date Created
12/14/2015 8:25:05 PM
Date Updated
4/30/2022 6:21:38 AM
Comments
Dale Oliver 6/23/2016 2:34:15 PM
Was looking for something similar,posted an idea for One Time Pins via text for logins as an additional security feature under the Idea Exchange
Luison Lassala 6/30/2021 3:25:12 AM
Any update on this? I have a potential client for whom MFA is a deal-breaker given the sensitivity of the data they plan to manage with TeamDesk.
Is there a third-party solution that could be implemented with TeamDesk?
Luison Lassala 6/30/2021 3:51:52 AM
Nevermind. There seem to be many apps in the market that offer MFA and TFA for accessing websites.
Slava Shinderov  Staff  6/30/2021 4:33:25 AM
@All As for now, MFA can be implemented via Single Sign-on.
TeamDesk Enterprise Edition supports SAML 2.0 as an SSO Protocol:
https://www.teamdesk.net/help/14.1.3.aspx
John Gordon 7/1/2021 12:22:55 PM
Most web facing applications now offer this as standard. It is fast becoming mandated security for any personal data storage. Perhaps time to think on this as an urgent project. I have many customers that will be deterred by a site without it on offer. SSO is not really the right answer in many cases.
Michael Clay 10/26/2021 3:21:43 PM
I just posted this as a New Idea. Please give it your support. I agree that it is unconscionable that it is not part of this database.
P. Merkel 4/6/2022 3:36:22 AM
Highly recommended nowadays to have two-factor authentication. Either by app or sms.
Wondering teamdesk is not providing such a standard security measure.
Rick Cogley 4/30/2022 6:21:38 AM
Although it's lesser in terms of security compared to full MFA (like a TOTP code from an app), so-called "passwordless" options would also be useful, especially for large user bases with users who are not so tech savvy. For example, log in via a magic link sent to your email, or, have some kind of PIN code sent to your email which you then enter into the login screen.
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