Security has always been a major concern when it comes to remote access tools. To weed-out unauthorised users from laying hands on remote computers, Remote Access Plus supports two-factor authentication for all the local and remote log-in attempts. Remote Access Plus supports two different authentication modes, e-mail authentication and Google authenticator. Once the TFA is enabled, users will be prompted for an OTP that is sent via e-mail or the Google authenticator during every log-in attempt.
When you choose e-mail as a mode of two-factor authentication, an OTP will be generated on every login attempt by Remote Access Plus and sent to the user's registered e-mail address. The user will have to use the OTP in addition to the password.
If you choose to use Google Authenticator, all you need to do is to install the Google Authenticator app on your smart phone. You will have to map Remote Access Plus server details on the Google authenticator, which is a one time process. You can use the OTP generated on the app, as the second password to login to Remote Access Plus. OTP can be generated anytime, anywhere, it does not require any connection to internet. Here is the simple procedure to download the Google Authenticator on your smart phone.
Scan the below mentioned QR Code using your smart phone and download Google authenticator: