We installed de.syracom.jira.plugins.securelogin version 1.1 to trial with Jira and Confluence. Sometimes we see error page after enter a PIN in Jira - "Oops, you've found a dead link." If it happens, we can choose "go to Home Page" and continue our work in Jira.
Please help and advice. Thank you in advance
We released Version 1.2.1 of Secure Loin for JIRA on Tuesday. It should solve the problem with the 404 messages after entering the PIN. It had been a problem with the URL forwarding in certain circumstances. But now the plugin uses relative URLS for the forwarding, and in all reproducable situations this version fixed the problem.
yes there should be a way to do it. You have to identify the server config table in your database.
This table is named AO_<hash>_SERVER_CONFIG while <hash> is a 6 digit hash value. (e.g. AO_1D83D9_SERVER_CONFIG).
In this table you will find one record, containing the config for the plugin. And there should be a column called two_factor_auth_active, or something a like. Set the value to false. After starting Jira, the plugin should be disabled and you should be able to login with username and password.
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