Two-Factor Authentication

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Beginning March 11, we’ll be enforcing 2FA on all customer accounts. Two-factor authentication significantly enhances the security of your account by requiring two different forms of identification. This helps protect against common threats such as password breaches, phishing attacks, and unauthorized access, providing you with a more secure experience.

You’re likely already familiar with 2FA in other online software applications. Soft 2FA, also known as software-based 2FA, uses software applications on your device to generate one-time passwords (OTPs) for logins. Here's how it will work:

  1. After entering your username and password, a six-digit secret code will be sent to your email address.

  2. Check your email, copy the secret code and paste it into the textbox.