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Hello Cool People,


I may not be looking that hard   but is  there any available plugin that supports multi-factor-authentication for JIRA server.  Something that we can implement for specific users only and not the entire jira users. ?

I hope someone can shed some light on this.




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Hello there,


There are multiple vendors available on the marketplace which support MFA for Jira. You can refer the below link for more details


But I prefer MFA add-on from the miniOrange vendor because of the below reason.

1. Easy to configure

2. You can enable/disable MFA for individual users as well as for groups. Using which you can enable MFA only admin users.

3. Most important Great support.


miniOrange MFA -

Hello @Lucas Smith

Thanks for suggesting the add-on. I use the miniOrange 2FA addon for both Jira & Confluence.

It went perfectly the support team provides great support.

I also recommend this add on for everyone who is looking for 2FA/MFA addon.

Hello @lorenze larot 


As Lucas says, you now have a few choices. 


We just released a new app on Marketplace that has a powerful multifactor policy framework in addition to SAML and Kerberos authentication all in one app.

User can even log in password-less using face, fingerprint, usb security keys. Users with an Apple watch can log in by double-clicking on their watch.

Give all of them a try, and let the community know which one you prefer!


Lars, COO Polarnight

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Oct 19, 2018

Many.  Have a look at - there are several in there, at least of two of which support partial MFA (the one I'm most familiar demands MFA for admin accounts only for example)

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