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Two-Factor Authentication

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Hello community,

 

We have just implemented Google Authenticator/Two-Factor Authentication support.

 

You can setup this within the Google Authenticator tab of your user settings (User CP).

 

This should help keep forums accounts more secure (if enabled).

 

Sincerely,

TRiBot Forums Staff

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Two-Factor Authentication has now been implemented into the TRiBot Loader/Login.

 

Can that be toggled for the client? I just see it as being more of an annoyance than security measure for the bot-client.

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Can that be toggled for the client? I just see it as being more of an annoyance than security measure for the bot-client.

 

It's only needed when entering your password. If you have a saved session, you won't need to enter it.

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It's only needed when entering your password. If you have a saved session, you won't need to enter it.

edit: nvm

Edited by Starfox

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It's only needed when entering your password. If you have a saved session, you won't need to enter it.

 

I can see this being a problem with proxies though, every time you change one, don't you have to input your username and password again?

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I can see this being a problem with proxies though, every time you change one, don't you have to input your username and password again?

 

It would be a security hole to use 2FA on all logins except one. It shouldn't be too much of a difficulty though; just carry your device with the authentication application with you. This also only affects the people that activate 2FA. If they don't activate it, you won't experience any changes in what they are used to.

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According to Divica someone gained access to his account after he enabled 2 factor, so I hope it's being investigated.

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