Introducing Email-based Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) and Enforcing it for All Users

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We're pleased to introduce Email-based Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) on our platform. This addition will further enhance the security of your user accounts and protect them from unauthorized access.

Key Features:

  • Email-based 2FA: When a user logs into a new device for the first time, the system will automatically require sending a one-time verification code via email.

Benefits of This Change:

  • Enhanced Account Security: Email-based two-factor authentication provides additional protection for user accounts, safeguarding them against unauthorized access and potential security threats.
  • Increased User Confidence: Users will have greater confidence in the security of their accounts, knowing the 2FA process additionally protects them via email.

How It Works

  • Activating 2FA:

Upon logging into a new device, the user will receive an email with a one-time code required to complete the login process.

  • Importance of Mandatory 2FA:

All users must use email-based 2FA when logging into new devices. This measure further ensures the security of your user accounts against unauthorized access and misuse.

This change will significantly improve the security of your user accounts and ensure that your data remains protected. If you have any questions or require further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact our support team.

Thank you for using our platform, and we hope you'll enjoy the added security that email-based 2FA provides.



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