The login to Ahsay's client software, AhsayOBM and AhsayACB, as well as AhsayCBS web console is protected by 2-Factor Authentication in conjunction with our Ahsay Mobile app to prevent hackers from deleting backup data after compromising the machine that has AhsayOBM / AhsayACB / AhsayCBS running on it.
Two supported authentication methods
How it works
For login to AhsayOBM/AhsayACB with two-factor authentication enabled, the user will be asked to select the method that you would like to use. This depends on the authenticator app being registered. The user will either accept the login request via push notification in the Ahsay Mobile app, or enter a one-time password generated in the third-party authenticator apps such as Authy, Duo, Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, LastPass etc.
Two-Factor Authentication must be enabled on AhsayOBM/AhsayACB user account
A supported mobile device with Ahsay Mobile app and/or a third-party authenticator apps must be installed
The Ahsay Mobile app or a third-party authenticator apps must be registered with AhsayOBM/AhsayACB user account
AhsayOBM/AhsayACB must be connected to the AhsayCBS
Mobile device must have valid mobile service and be able to receive SMS notifications
Mobile device must have a functioning camera for scanning QR code to register 2FA
To use push notification for Two-Factor Authentication with the Ahsay Mobile app the mobile device must have an internet connection
Ensure to Allow Notification on the Ahsay Mobile app for your mobile devices
For the details on how Ahsay's 2-Factor Authentication works, click here to read Ahsay's Mobile App User Guide.