Jira Mobile Connect Two-Factor Authentication

I want to implement server-side two-factor authentication on Jira and I heard that Jira Mobile will not work with sms-passwords.

Is it true? If not, how can I implement two-factor authentication for Jira Mobile? Does it works with certificates?

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SecSign ID would be a good solution.
It is perfect for mobile devices as you just have to select one symbol for authentication.
If you are looking for something that makes the whole thing even cooler you would have to ask the SecSign Team for more information.
You can see what I mean as soon as you have created an ID in the app.
Go to portal.secsign.comon the smart phone that contains the ID.
The login here is even much more convenient.

Check out the benefits of our new 2FA JIRA add-on for two-factor authentication using your SecSign ID.


For a more detailed installation tutorial visit

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