For an even more secure experience with Raynet, you can use two-factor authentication (2FA) when logging in. In practice, this means that an additional step will be required alongside your email and password - you will be asked to enter a numeric code that an app on your phone generates for you.
Setting up two-factor authentication
You can use various apps to generate the code. If you don't know which one to choose, try one of these:
- Authy » app download link for Android and iOs
- Google Authenticator » app download link for Android and iOs
Each user can enable two-factor authentication on their own (the administrator does not have access to these settings). Once the phone app is running, you will need to scan the QR code that you can find in the user settings in Raynet.
In the top right corner of the screen, click on your name » My Profile.
Select Two-Factor Authentication from the menu on the left. Scan the QR code through the app you downloaded (you can also input the code manually).
The app will then generate a six-digit code you need to enter into the field in Raynet. Finally, click the Activate Two-Factor Authentication button.
The administrator can now see a lock icon in the User Administration section next to users who have activated two-factor authentication.
Once you have activated two-factor authentication, when you log in to Raynet, you will see a window pop up. There you enter the 6-digit code that the app generates for you.
If you need to cancel two-factor authentication for any of the users, you can do it in Settings (you need to be an administrator).
In the User Administration section, select the user account you want to make this change to.
After opening the user account, select Two-Factor Authentication and click on Cancel Two-Factor Authentication.