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Description

OneLogin Protect authenticator, a free, enterprise-ready MFA app, provides two-factor authentication for all your OneLogin SSO accounts and thousands of third-party apps and services. When you use multi-factor authentication, you automatically increase the security of your online accounts.

Features
• Alerts user with a push notification, user responds with just a tap (OneLogin accounts only).
• Requires your Touch ID, Face ID, or PIN to accept push notification (OneLogin accounts only).
• Works with third-party providers and accounts which you can add at any time.
• Compatible with services using OATH security tokens (i.e. Google Authenticator).
• Generates a unique 6-digit code every 30 seconds for each account (TOTP).
• Generates verification codes without a data connection.
• Adds a new account by scanning a QR code or by entering it manually.
• Securely backup and restore your accounts to your own Google Drive

Permissions
• Camera access for scanning QR code when adding new accounts.
• Push notifications for delivery of OTP requests

Learn more
• Learn more about 2-step verification at onelogin.com/onelogin-protect-authenticator
• Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/onelogin
• Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onelogin

What’s New

Version 4.4.11 (258)

Security and performance enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

Jason (SPSU) ,

Apple Watch Support

MFA is definitely a good thing to have, but convenience is a huge part of it. You really need to add Apple Watch support. I’ve been using Duo for over a year now and have loved being able to verify my MFA on my watch without having to get my phone out. The organization I work for is moving away from Duo to OneLogin and I was really hoping I could still use my watch for verification. I’m disappointed to find out that I can’t.

ChaseGirl ,

Make it work with Apple Watch again!

The only thing and I mean the only thing I liked about my job was logging in and getting the notification on my watch to approve the login.
I’d hit that button and feel like a super spy ready to take on the day.

You guys do some upgrade a few weeks ago and at first I could hit approve and nothing would happen. Now I just get a notification and no way to approve it. So I have to actually pick up my phone to hit the button. Sure, this is a first world problem, but it was all I had! It was all I lived for! Hitting approve on my watch that is a attached to my arm is so much easier than trying to find the last place I put my phone.

As you can see from other reviewers is that it’s a very important feature to have and without it there is no reason to live. With covid going on it’s the little things in life and this was my little thing I treasured.

Developer Response ,

Sorry to hear about your experience and we are active working on resolving this issue.

Chase_Plays_Bass ,

Worst app ever

It’s required by my college to login to Microsoft services like email and one drive, and it’s just awful. Everyone’s infuriated with the app and the extra steps required to get to our email. The app also requires a non jailbroken phone and I can’t find a way around it. Not even my bank app cares that my phones jailbroken, why does one login protect have the audacity to say it jeopardizes security. No one cares about stealing my one time passcode to login to my email 🙄

I hate being forced to use an app I have no idea about origin, or intention.

Developer Response ,

Sorry to hear about your experience. It looks like your college's IT admin configured MFA requirement for accessing Microsoft applications and also enabled the jailbroken device check, which is a configurable option. Please also share this feedback with your IT admin since they can help improve your overall login experience through configuration.

App Privacy

The developer, OneLogin, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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