MFA

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wikipedia:Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method of computer access control which a user can pass by successfully presenting several separate authentication stages through credentials based on knowledge (something you know), possession (something you have), and inherence (something you are), in other words, it is a system that requires more than one method of authentication from a self-reliant listing of credentials to verify a user's identity for login.

Examples[edit]

2FA Mobile applications[edit]

Different 2FA open-source mobile app are available such us :

  • FreeOTP (Android, iOS): free and open-source

Android: Download from Google Play[1] or F-Droid[2] iOS: Download from the App Store[3]

  • AndOTP (Android): free and open-source

Android: Download from Google Play[5] or F-Droid[6]

Related terms[edit]

  • authy

See also[edit]