Login Security


boberdoo’s login security feature allows you to require two-factor authentication for any admin, partner or vendor that logs into your system.

What Is Two-Factor Authentication?

Two-factor authentication is a system access security feature that requires the user to verify their identity at two separate touch points.

  1. Enter the correct username/password
  2. Click the verification link emailed to the user

Once both steps are completed, the user can log into the system.

Two-Factor Authentication Setup

Two-factor authentication is managed at the user level in the boberdoo system.

Go to Settings > Manage Users > Edit User to enable two-factor-authentication for the individual user.

Two-Factor Authentication Options

  1. Never: Two-factor authentication is not required.
  2. When a new device detected: Two-factor authentication is required each time the user tries to access the system from a new computer, tablet or mobile device for the first time.
  3. Always (On each login): Two-factor authentication is required upon every login attempt.

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Once two-factor authentication is enabled for a user, a confirmation email is sent to the user to confirm the activation of the two-factor authentication feature. The user must click the link contained in the email to enable two-factor authentication. Once confirmed, the corresponding two-factor authentication rule will remain in effect indefinitely unless the two-factor authentication rule is changed to Never for the user. 

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The above rules and setup process can also be applied to any of your partners and vendors when they log into the system.

If you have any questions about two-factor authentication or if you do not see the two-factor authentication rules when editing an admin user, partner or vendor, please contact support.

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