Two-Factor Authentication
2FA provides an extra security cover for your customers' accounts.
It is the simplest thing you can do to keep your data safe and your business running

Using Scarpel Telecom, you can verify your users' credentials by sending them an OTP password and asking them to confirm the code back. Thus you'll make sure that the user is the actual account holder
What is Two-Factor Authentication?
2FA is a simple security procedure, which allows you to confirm the identity of an authorized user. 2FA involves a combination of the two identifiers – a mobile phone and a one-time password.
User receives a verification code, which is sent via SMS directly to his mobile phone.
An OTP code is unique, numeric and automatically expires within 5 minutes, if it is not validated by user
Why use Two-Factor Authentication?
The simplest form of authentication - a username and a password - is no longer enough to protect your customers from undesired access to their account information. By adding an extra security cover to a login, Scarpel Telecom's 2FA API reduces the risks of unauthorized individuals accessing your customer's credentials.
How it works?
Scarpel Telecom 2FA messaging platform generates one-time passwords to authenticate users via mobile phone
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Your website obtains the user's details and sends a request to Scarpel Telecom through API
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Scarpel Telecom processes the request and sends a one-time password to the user via SMS
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Your website urges the user to input the code for further validation
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Scarpel Telecom checks the validity of the code and returns a positive or a negative response
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