To improve security while accessing Slack™, users should utilize Multi-Factor Authentication. Multi-Factor Authentication adds an extra layer around the traditional username and password login, thus preventing unwanted access by threat actors to your Slack instance. With Acceptto™ Multi-Factor Authentication adding that extra layer is simples and cost-effective.
This guide walks you through the following steps:
- Configure the Slack instance to use Multi-Factor Authentication
- Scan a QR code generated by Slack with the Acceptto Mobile Application.
- Log in to Slack using Multi-Factor Authentication.
Configure MFA Plugin
Step 1 - Access your account settings and select Setup Two-Factor Authentication
Select 'Profile & account' by clicking your Slack team name in the upper left.
Select '...' to access your account settings.
Select 'Setup Two-Factor Authentication' from the settings menu.
Scan the QR code using the Acceptto Mobile application and provide the one time code generated.
Step 2 - Scan the QR code using the Acceptto Mobile application and provide the one time code generated in the Acceptto App.
Optionally add a backup phone.
Enter the one time code provided to the mobile phone.
Log in with username and password. At the next screen, enter the One Time Password generated inside the Acceptto Mobile Application.
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