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Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Life happens. Add an extra layer of security to your account by turning on Two-Factor Authentication. Once enabled, this security measure will require entering a randomly-generated code in addition to your password each time you log in to Cascadin.

How do I set it up?

First, you’ll need to provide a mobile phone number that you have access to. Once we’ve verified the number, you’ll be able to turn on Two-Factor Authentication.

You can add more than one authorized mobile numbers as a backup plan in case you don’t have access to an authorized number. 

If you have multiple authorized mobile numbers, you will choose which is your primary number. However, on log in, you can choose to receive the code at another authorized device.

You can also enable or disable Two-Factor Authentication at any time after you’re logged into your account. 

Anything else I need to know?

We strongly recommend that you also generate one or more backup codes. While not required, if you ever lose access to your mobile device or number (life happens, remember), you can use the backup code to get back into the Cascadin.

These one-time use codes are very long and should be stored in a secure location such as a password manager. Once generated for your account and displayed to you, the backup code will not expire until it has been used, but it cannot be recovered for you at any time.

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