Disabling Two-Factor Authentication

Disabling Two-Factor Authentication The post describes how to disable Two-Factor Authentication in Keycloak. Disabling Two-Factor Authentication for a specific user In my previous post I have described how to configure Two-Factor Authentication. But what should you do when your user lost a mobile device? What should you do when your user uninstalled the Google Authenticator by mistake? You need to disable Two-Factor Authentication for the user. Configuration Open Keycloak admin page, open Users, open the user and go to the Credentials tab.

Keycloak Two-Factor Authentication

Keycloak Two-Factor Authentication The post describes how to configure Two-factor authentication in Keycloak What is Two-Factor Authentication? According to wikipedia: Two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA) is a method of confirming a user’s claimed identity by utilizing a combination of two different factors: Something they know Something they have or something they are Keycloak Two-Factor Authentication Keycloak authenticates users using: Password An one-time password (OTP) A one-time password generated by Google Authenticator or FreeOTP