Two Factor Authentication Comes to Aimtell

Internet security has become an increasing concern for just about everyone these days. Data breaches occur on a nearly regular basis, prompting even the least tech savvy individuals to question the safety of their personal information online. In fact, 7 out of 10 people no longer trust their passwords to adequately protect their online information.

Here at Aimtell, we take security very seriously. Nearly 70% of people want companies to offer an additional layer of security online, and we are glad to announce that our latest feature provides just that. Starting today you can now enable two factor authentication for your Aimtell account.


Two Factor Authentication

This authentication adds another level of security when logging into your account. This optional feature is easily enabled by navigating to your dashboard and clicking the ‘Settings’ tab. From the drop down menu, select ‘2FA (Two Factor Auth).’

Two Factor Authentication
The two factor authentication screen


All you need to do to enable this feature is switch the status from Disabled to Enabled. Type in your preferred phone number below that and press save- that’s it! Once enabled, anytime you try to login we will send a code to the given phone number that you will need to provide in order to gain access to your account.

two factor authentication
Once enabled, the login screen will now also ask you for a 2FA Code


Signing in to your account will now include this additional step (shown above). All you need to do is type in the code that is sent to your phone and you will be logged in to your account.

Wrapping Up

This was a quick update, but an important feature that many of you have been requesting, and we are happy to finally be setting it live. We’ve also released several other features lately, including a simplified install process, multi GCM key support, and welcome notification improvements. You can read up about those updates and more if you haven’t already yet by clicking here.

If you want to start using Aimtell, click here.

Do you have any other updates you’d like to see? Please let us know by commenting below or sending us an email!

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