Zoom Now Supports Two-Factor Authentication

One of the most popular video conferencing apps around, Zoom has introduced an enhanced Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) method that increases security, especially for organisations and school/college classes to prevent any security breaches in the meeting.

The two-factor authentication can be different for different users as they can either use a password or pin, smart card or mobile device, fingerprints, or voice along with the credentials of the account.

You can choose from a range of authentication methods. SAML, OAuth, and password-based authentication are a few methods you can enable to disabled from an account by an individual.

Step 1 :- Signing in to their account via the Zoom web portal.

Step 2 :- In the navigation menu, clicking Profile, then enabling Two-Factor Authentication by clicking Turn on.

Zoom Now Supports Two-Factor Authentication

Step 3 :- Entering their password into the pop-up box.

Zoom Now Supports Two-Factor Authentication

Step 4 :- Opting for one of the options and setting it up.

Zoom Now Supports Two-Factor Authentication

Users also have the option to use authentication apps that have time-based One-Time Password (TOTP) like Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, and Free OTP which send a code through SMS or a voice call for the second factor of the authentication process after you enter the initial credentials to log in.

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