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Authenticator app for University of British Columbia

Authenticator App for University of British Columbia

A step-by-step guide to activate 2FA in your University of British Columbia account.

To enable Two-Factor Authentication for your University of British Columbia account, follow these steps:

  • Begin by downloading the AuthOne Authenticator App on your device. You can find it in your Apple device's App Store. Alternatively, you can scan the QR code provided or click on the "Download on the App Store" button below.
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  • Once the Authenticator App is installed, open it on your device.
  • In the University of British Columbia account settings, locate the Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) or 2-Step Verification option.
  • Choose the option to set up 2FA and select the Authenticator App as your preferred method.
  • Scan the QR code displayed on your University of British Columbia account using the Authenticator App. This step will link the app to your University of British Columbia account.
  • The Authenticator App will generate a time-based one-time password (TOTP) for your University of British Columbia account. Enter this code into the designated field on the University of British Columbia website to verify the setup.
  • Once the verification is successful, Two-Factor Authentication will be enabled for your University of British Columbia account.
  • From this point onward, whenever you log in to your University of British Columbia account, you'll need to enter both your password and the temporary code generated by the Authenticator App to enhance the security of your account.

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    Why you should use 2FA for University of British Columbia?

    The University of British Columbia takes security seriously, and that's why they offer 2-factor authentication (2FA) to their users. By enabling 2FA, you add an extra layer of security to your account, making it much harder for hackers to gain access to your personal information.
     
    
     With 2FA, you'll need to enter a unique code in addition to your password when logging in. This code is generated by an app like ours, and it changes every few seconds, making it nearly impossible for anyone to guess or steal.
     
    
     Not only does 2FA protect your account from hackers, but it also gives you peace of mind knowing that your personal information is safe. And with our app, you can easily store all of your 2FA codes in one place, making it even more convenient to use.
     
    
     At the University of British Columbia, they take privacy seriously as well. They use industry-standard security measures to protect your data, and they never share your information with third parties without your consent.
     
    
     To ensure the highest level of security, it's important to follow a few tips. First, always use a strong, unique password for each account. Second, never share your password or 2FA code with anyone. And finally, make sure to keep your app and device up to date with the latest security patches.
     
    
     By enabling 2FA and following these security and privacy tips, you can rest assured that your personal information is safe and secure.

    Service NameUniversity of British Columbia

    Websiteubc.ca

    How to set up 2FA for University of British ColumbiaDocumentation

    How to recover your University of British Columbia accountIf you have lost access to your two-factor authentication (2FA) code generator, please get in touch with the University of British Columbia support team support team for assistance.

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