Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Release

Multi-Factor Authentication, or MFA for short, is meant to keep your Schoox account safer by adding an extra layer of protection to your account. Those logging in via single sign-on do not need this extra security; this feature will not be available to those using SSO.

Multi-Factor Authentication will be offered to all users and eventually required for administrators. There will also be an option to only have to authenticate every thirty-days, as to make the process a bit more manageable.

Read more in the articles listed below.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Setting Up and Using Multi-Factor Authorization (MFA)

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