2 Step Verification for the Web UI

Rob Koetsier shared this idea 6 years ago
Under Consideration

Hi,


I'm not sure if i'm the only one here, but I would love to see a 2 step verification (for example Google authenticator) for the Web UI.


I love the idea that I can manage my camera, locks, and lights from anywhere in the world. But I always want to be sure it's me login in ;)

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For a company that markets them self with security and alarm functions, in a time when password authentication is being phased out, one could at least hope for optional two factor authentication. SSL won't help against stolen credentials, that's simply naive thinking.

Hanspeter summarised it very well.

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interesting point as this is a purely cloud based system, i too would like to see this.

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For a product like this you would expect it comes with 2 step authentication (Google Authenticator for example) enabled by default. So +1

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+1. An absolute must.

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i have been chasing this like 2 years.... but it looks like Zipato is still in Kindergarten

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+1. it would be definitely needed ... authentication based just on a password is took weak :-(

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This should be top priority. Especially in home automation

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thanks for sharing this.

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Two-step authentication must be possible in modern web-based service.

Especially when this app is related to home security !!!

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The fact that there's no two-factor authentication is absolutely unacceptable. It is a critical security hole. This needs to happen urgently.

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2FA is a must!

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The most common type of Two-Factor Authentication Platform is push-based, which means that users receive a push notification on their mobile devices each time they log in. This is a much more secure and flexible approach than SMS or voice-based methods because it only uses the device’s data network to send notifications, making it less likely to be intercepted by hackers.

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