Set up MFA

Further secure your credentials with the added protection of multi-factor authentication (MFA)

The increased security of MFAMFA - Multi-factor authentication, or MFA, is a two-step verification process used to increase security measures to your account. adds a layer of protection to the sign-in process which decreases the likelihood of successful phishing attacks on ScalePad accounts.


Set up MFA in ScalePad

This step-by-step guide will have you set up and secured in minutes.

  1. Sign in to your ScalePad account
  2. Go to Settings > My Profile and click Set up multi-factor authentication
  1. Scan the QR code with the authenticator app on your mobile device

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If your mobile device can't scan QR codes

Click Show to reveal the secret key, and enter it into the authenticator app

  1. Enter your code provided by the authenticator app
  2. Click Set up multi-factor authentication to complete the setup process

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MFA set up successfully

You’ll receive an email confirming your ScalePad account has been secured with MFA.


Sign in with MFA

Now that your account is secured with MFA, you’ll need your email address, password, and a code from your authenticator app to sign in

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If your account is locked

If an invalid code is entered 5 times, your account will be locked. In this case, contact one of your account administrators to have them help reset your MFA.

If you are the sole account administrator, you’ll need to let us know. We’ll verify that it’s you, and help you reset your MFA.


Disable MFA

If MFA is not required by your account administrator, you can disable it at any time. To do this, head to Settings > My Profile, and click Disable multi-factor authentication

  • In the confirmation window, click Disable multi-factor authentication
  • You’ll receive an email confirming MFA has been disabled on your ScalePad account

Reset MFA

If MFA is required by an administrator and can’t be disabled, one of your account administrators can help you with this.

Updated about a month ago


Set up MFA


Further secure your credentials with the added protection of multi-factor authentication (MFA)

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