- Two factor Authentication:
We’re offering application based two-step authentication. With this two-step authentication enabled, in addition to the standard UXCam username and password you will have to enter a six-digit code provided by tools like Google Authenticator or Authy.
Go to your user settings page and click Enable Two Factor Authentication. Then scan a QR code, and enter in your two-factor authentication token. You’ll be prompted for your token whenever you log in.
- IP Restriction:
You can now increase security levels in UXCam by imposing restrictions based on the IPs from which users access the Dashboard. This allows you to restrict dashboard access to only trusted locations and networks by defining the range of allowed IP address.
This new features means that UXCam user with access to the trusted device and/or IP address will be able to log in and it makes it difficult for malicious person to to login to UXCam as you. We hope you find these new updates useful and we will soon be back with more. Till then, we would love to hear your thoughts and how we can keep making things better for you.
Reach out to us if you have any feedback.