User Per­mis­si­ons and Two Com­po­nent Authen­ti­ca­ti­on


User per­mis­si­ons and two fac­tor authen­ti­ca­ti­on

Two-fac­tor authen­ti­ca­ti­on (2FA) is actual­ly a secu­ri­ty eva­lua­te that requi­res one much more con­fir­ma­ti­on step bey­ond only a pass­word to gain access to a digi­tal account. This kind of second aspect can be a phy­si­cal token such as a smart­phone soft­ware or an authen­ti­ca­tor device, such as the Yubi­Key via Yubico Incor­po­ra­ti­on., or a bio­me­tric fac­tor for ins­tance a fin­ger­print or facial check. Typi­cal­ly, the first con­side­ra­ti­on, which is a account infor­ma­ti­on, will be used to veri­fy per­so­nal infor­ma­ti­on, while the second fac­tor, a gre­at authen­ti­ca­ti­on appli­ca­ti­on or a hard­ware token, will be requi­red to allow sen­si­ti­ve acti­vi­ties such as chan­ging account accounts or requi­ring a new email.

Admi­nis­tra­tors and edi­tors with advan­ced accord should pre­fer­a­b­ly enable 2FA for their accounts, as it can pre­vent unaut­ho­ri­zed users from over­ta­king a wearer’s account to van­da­li­se the wiki. See this artic­le for a gui­de on doing so.

For any more detail­ed take a look at set­ting up 2FA, inclu­ding choices to disable TEXT text mes­sa­ges or requi­re a gre­at authen­ti­ca­tor app, go to the Set­tings > Bill secu­ri­ty web­page. The­re are also set­tings here to regu­la­te how long a trus­ted device will be allo­wed to bypass requi­ring 2FA upon sig­ning in.

To force users to use 2FA even for non-Slack appli­ca­ti­ons, sel­ect the Requi­re 2FA check­box beneath Roles using a spe­ci­fic role’s basic per­mis­si­on. The initi­al iden­ti­fier while using role will be pas­sed sin­ce the resource_access. aplication_name. tasks cla­im insi­de the SAML cus­to­mer token, that this appli­ca­ti­on will likely then requi­re being authen­ti­ca­ted with 2FA.

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