DuoSecurity: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)DuoSecurity: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Two-factor authentication (2FA) uses DuoSecurity to add a second layer of security when accessing protected systems and services. Tufts requires 2FA for all students, faculty, staff, and affiliates.
2FA can help protect your Tufts account should someone else learn your password. Once you enroll in 2FA, certain two-factor enabled web applications will require you to:
- Log in with your Tufts username (e.g. jjumbo01) and password.
- Verify your identity using a physical device that you control such as a mobile phone, tablet, or landline phone.
Choose your two-factor authentication question:
|I NEED HELP WITH...||READ:|
|I want to enroll in 2FA||How to Enroll and Set up a Device|
|I forgot my phone. Now what do I do?||Frequently Asked Questions: I don't have my device with me, what can I do?|
|How does the "trusted browser" feature work?||The Trusted Browser Feature|
|How can I set up a new phone?||Add a New Device for Two-Factor Authentication|
|How do I set up my smartphone without using the Duo App?||Add a regular cell phone or Smartphone without Duo app|
|What do I do if I'll be traveling out of the country and won't have cellular or internet access?||Enter a bypass code from a hardware token provided by TTS|