Hi All -
We are looking for options to implement 2FA (2 factor authentication) for JIRA and Confluence.
We have JIRA and confluence both set up on-premise. Can someone please suggest the options available.
If 2FA is not a viable option, then what are other ways to implement tighter login mechanism?
For us, 2FA means when you enter your userid/password along with a number from the RSA token.
there are other plugin to enable two-factor authentication for JIRA and Confluence (and even Atlassian Crowd)
The add-ons provided by SecSign Inc. does not need any additionaly usb-tokens or the input of generated numbers.
The solution of SecSign is a true 2-factor authentication and a 2-channel authentication as well.
The add-ons provided by SecSign Inc can be found at:
Information about the installation process and the login procedure can be found at:
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