Enable two-factor auth for your Apigee account

Two-factor authentication is an easy-to-use best practice that adds an additional layer of protection for your Apigee account. To log in to your account when two-factor auth is enabled, you must supply your username and password and a 6-digit number. The number is randomly generated, changes every 30 seconds and can only be used only one time to log in.

This topic explains how to set up and use two-factor auth.

Setting up two-factor auth

You need to enable two-factor auth in your Apigee account settings.

  1. Log in to your Apigee account at https://accounts.apigee.com.
  2. Install Google Authenticator on your iPhone or Android phone.
  3. In the upper-right corner of the screen, click your username to open the account menu and select Settings.

  4. Click Edit.
  5. Click Configure Two Factor Authentication.
  6. Click Setup Two-factor authentication.
  7. Follow the steps in the wizard. You'll need access to the Google Authenticator app to complete the steps.
  8. When you see the message Device added successfully, you're done!

Logging in with two-factor auth

Now that your phone is successfully linked through the Google Authenticator app, you can log in the way you normally do, but you'll need to enter the 6-digit number generated by the app on your phone.

  1. Go to the Apigee login page.
  2. Enter your username and password.
  3. Open the Google Authenticator app on your phone.
  4. Enter the 6-digit number from the app in the login page:

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