Generate Offline backup codes for Duo

Off-line passcodes are to be used when you need to provide an additional authentication factor but are unable to use the on-line methods (i.e. no cell service, your device’s battery is fully discharged, etc). You can provide one of the following codes as a one-time substitute for an on-line one-time password.  Open a web browser […]

Duo login using a USB Yubi Key

A Yubi key is a small device that resembles a USB flash drive, plugged into the computer you are using to access a Duo protected service on. Pressing the button on the key provides the second factor to the service allowing you access.  This method has a one time cost of $40 for the device that will […]

Duo using a Landline: Login to UVM Services

Login to UVM Services with a Duo enabled Landline NOTE: Duo Security supports the use of Landline phones by generating an automated phone call where you will be asked to press a number to approve the authentication attempt. This method results in a small cost per use and is thus not recommended as a primary […]

Duo Security: Enrolling your UVM Office phone

Enroll a Landline Phone NOTE: Duo Security supports the use of Landline phones by generating an automated phone call where you will be asked to press a number to approve authentication. The automated call results in a small cost per use and is thus not recommended as a primary method for accessing Duo secured web services. […]

Duo Mobile: Login to UVM Services

What is MFA? Multi-factor authentication is a paradigm that requires two separate pieces of information (“factors”) in order to verify a user’s identity. A factor is information that a user knows (password, PIN, etc.), has (id card, smart card, etc.), or is (aka “biometrics” i.e. fingerprint, hand scan, etc). Requiring an additional factor presents an […]

Enrolling your Smart Phone in Duo Mobile

What is MFA? Multi-factor authentication is a paradigm that requires two separate pieces of information (“factors”) in order to verify a user’s identity. A factor is information that a user knows (password, PIN, etc.), has (id card, smart card, etc.), or is (aka “biometrics” i.e. fingerprint, hand scan, etc). Requiring an additional factor presents an […]

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