Adobe Authenticator

Adobe Authenticator

By Adobe

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2018-07-30
  • Current Version: 1.1.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 19.34 MB
  • Developer: Adobe
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 17 Ratings

Description

Adobe Authenticator enhances the security of your Adobe account by enabling 2 Factor Authentication through push notifications and verification codes. Why? Because if someone wants access to your account, then finding out the password won’t be enough. As its name says, 2 Factor Authentication adds an extra layer of security by requiring you not only to enter your password but also to respond to a push notification sent on your phone or, alternatively, type in the verification code generated by the app. Moreover, it is compatible with your Apple Watch, so you won’t even have to open your phone. Secure in just one tap! Features: - easy sign up by scanning a qr code or opening an otpauth uri - easy sign in by responding to push notification - verification codes generation without data connection - manage 2 Factor Authentication for multiple accounts on a single device - support for Apple Watch In order to enable 2 Factor Authentication and set up your Adobe Authenticator go to https://account.adobe.com.

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Reviews

  • Not impressed

    1
    By bluestreak426
    This App had a lot more potential, but for some reason it seems the creator just fizzled out half way through. Unfortunately Adobe is responsible for several large scale data breaches. I’m offended that most of Adobes products are overpriced and no relief from discounts to large customer blocks.
  • HUGE FLAW

    1
    By DavidC2987
    On iOS 12.1 Beta, Adobe 2FA only allows you to add one account for axis of a soft token. As an adobe partner, I have three accounts and two of them I have to use a third-party authenticator.
  • Congratulation.

    5
    By CyberOne Technocrat
    At last! One of a kind app...

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