Oracle 2-Factor Authentication Set up is to add an extra layer of security to your Oracle Account. This page will lead you on how to enable 2-factor authentication on Oracle.
Two factor authentication is also called 2 steps verification or multi factor authentication. It comes in each time you want to login account online , some set of information is required.
A code will be sent on your mobile number anytime you are authenticating account. Without the code no one will be able to access or login account even with your username and password.
For any unauthorized attempt made on Oracle account with another device , two factor authentication will stop and hinders it from taking place. They will ask for the code sent on your phone number.
Two-factor authentication or 2fa adds an extra level of security and protection for Oracle® Enterprise Session Border Controller (E-SBC) by needing a users to put a code anytime you are login.
In addition to both Username and Password information. Two-factor authentication offers to the Super User both a known local and SSH login to ACLI, including for HTTPS login to Web GUI.
2-factor authentication option needs Admin Security feature to be added, and should enable option by setting
login-auth-method to “two-factor” and saving setting. After you enable “2-factor” and save the settings, E-SBC needs you to set Passcode.
From this step and guide, following illustrations will show you login platform on Web GUI after you setup two-factor authentication.
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How to Setup 2-Factor Authentication on Oracle
To setup 2-factor authentication for both local or SSH login, try to setup two-factor as login authentication platform and set required Passcode.
- Import both local certificate and local certificate CA inside E-SBC
- Setup Web server for HTTPS
- Download and Install Admin Security license
Code must meet following step , length and strength :
- Have only both upper and lower case alphabetical , numbers, and punctuation characters.
- Have a minimum of fifteen.
- Have two lower-case alphabetical letters.
- Have two upper-case alphabetical letters.
- Have two numerals.
- Have two special characters.
- not have, refrain, or reverse user name.
- not have three of the same set of characters used consecutively.
- differ from the old code by atleast four characters.
- differ from last three old passcodes.
- not vary more than once in every 24 hours.
- Connect to the login-config object.
Configuration, security, admin-security and login-config.
- Inside Modify Login Config dialog, choose two-factor from Login Auth platform from the drop-down list.
- Click on OK.
- You can now save configuration.
Am sure from this step and guide , your account is already authenticated. For more information on this , kindly go to https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E95619_01/html/esbc_ecz810_webgui/GUID-7EAB3FAF-5A5B-48F5-9F0D-5FBB635F8A7A.htm#GUID-F70C5992-91D6-4008-B6C9-427907973991
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