Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a comprehensive security method designed to enhance user authentication processes. This approach requires users to verify their identity by providing at least two different forms of identification before gaining access. Typically, these factors include something the user knows (like a password), something the user has (such as a mobile device), or something the user is (biometric verification).

With Xenioo, enabling MFA is straightforward and significantly boosts security. By adding a Second verification factor to the traditional username and password login process, Xenioo ensures a more robust authentication mechanism. This second factor involves the input of a valid One-Time Password (OTP), which is dynamically generated by a chosen provider during the initial configuration setup.

Moreover, Xenioo offers flexibility in MFA configuration, allowing administrators to set up various MFA options. Users can then select their preferred method during the login process, tailoring the authentication experience to their needs while maintaining high security standards. This adaptability ensures that MFA implementation can meet diverse security requirements and user preferences.

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