A: Beginning with release 6.2003.1704 of Authenticator Android, by default all OTP codes are hidden anytime a screenshot of Authenticator is taken. If you want to see your OTP codes in screenshots or allow other apps to capture the Authenticator screen, you can. Just turn on the Screen Capture setting in Authenticator and restart the app.
A: The active verification code changes every 30 seconds so that if somebody were to learn what code you used to verify your sign in yesterday, or even a minute ago, they wouldn't be able to use that code to get into your account. This timer is the countdown to the verification code changing to the next code. Unlike a password, we don't want you to remember this number. Only someone with access to your phone should be able to get your verification code.
SMS. Used to make sure your phone number matches the number on record when you sign in with your personal Microsoft account for the first time. We send a text message to the phone on which you installed the app that includes a 6-8 digit verification code. You don't need to find this code and enter it because Authenticator finds it automatically in the text message.
Cloud and network security: Your passwords on the cloud are encrypted and decrypted only when they reach your device. Passwords are synced over an SSL-protected HTTPS connection, which helps prevent an attacker from eavesdropping on sensitive data when it is being synced. We also ensure we check the sanity of data being synced over network using cryptographic hashed functions (specifically, hash-based message authentication code).
Verified IDs are secure trusted credentials that can be used by websites and organizations to make account setup simpler and safer.Usually, you'll use your device's camera to capture a QR code on the site to get a new Verified ID, or a verification of an ID already on your device. You still use your password to access credentials to share with another organization.
When you registered for a personal my Social Security account, you identified either your email address or cell phone number as your second factor for authentication. Each time you sign in to your account, we send you a one-time security code to either the email address or cell phone number you provided when you registered for your account. You will need access to that second factor as you go through the steps to reset your account password.
Patients who wish to participate may sign up during their visit or receive an activation code on their visit summaries. This code will enable you to login and create your own user ID and password. You may access your MyChart account by logging on to www.inova.org/mychart. If you were not issued an activation code, you can request one directly from the MyChart website. Additionally, you may call your primary care clinic to get one emailed to you or ask to sign up during you next office visit. If you have misplaced your code from your hospital stay, you may call our MyChart Support Line at 1-855-694-6682.
For your security, your activation code expires after 45 days and is no longer valid after the first time you use it. If you continue to experience difficulty logging-in, call our MyChart Support Line at 1-855-694-6682.
No, your activation code is not your MyChart ID or password. You will use this code only once to log into MyChart for the first time. (The code will expire after you have used it or after 60 days). When you log into MyChart the first time, you will then be asked to create your own unique MyChart ID and password.
Alternatively, you may call the MyChart Support Line at 1-855-694-6682 to get live assistance with retrieving your MyChart ID. You will be given a new access code to sign in to MyChart. Once you have entered your access code, the last four numbers of your Social Security number and date of birth, your original MyChart ID will appear in the MyChart ID field. Our support staff can also assist with getting a new, secure password.
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal IDs and passwords. Each person controls his or her password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password. Unlike conventional email, all MyChart messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.
We afford the same degree of confidentiality to medical information stored on MyChart as is given to medical information stored by Inova and Valley Health in any other medium. Inova and Valley Health are committed to protecting the confidentiality of your medical information. We limit Inova and Valley Health employees' access and ability to enter or view information based upon their role in your care. Firewalls, passwords, encryption, and audit trails are further used to safeguard your information. We keep a record of the records released and note the time and date of access each time the patient accesses MyChart. We have taken steps to make all information received from our online visitors as secure as possible against unauthorized access and use.
Activation Lock helps you keep your device secure, even if it's in the wrong hands, and can improve your chances of recovering it. Even if you erase your device remotely, Activation Lock can continue to deter anyone from reactivating your device without your permission. All you need to do is keep Find My turned on, and remember your Apple ID and password.
Activation Lock turns on automatically when you set up Find My.* After it's turned on, Apple securely stores your Apple ID on its activation servers and links it to your device. Your Apple ID password or device passcode is required before anyone can turn off Find My, erase your device, or reactivate and use your device.
To help protect your online account, we will send you a one-time secure access code every time you log in. Based on the option you select, you will get the code by text, email, or voice call. This code will change each time you access your online account.
To help protect your information, we have increased the security to access online accounts. Since the code is valid for only one login session, it is more secure than a password or PIN that you can reuse.
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal usernames, and passwords. Each person controls their password, and the account must be accessed using that password. On mobile, the account may also be accessed using face ID or fingerprint login. Unlike conventional email, all myUCLAhealth messaging is done while you are securely logged in to our website or mobile app.
You can ensure that your account stays secure even if someone else has your username or password by turning on two-step verification. When this feature is turned on, you must enter a code that is sent to you by email or text message to log in to myUCLAhealth, in addition to using your username and password. For more information, check out our helpful video on two-step verification.
If you don't have an activation code, you can request one on the sign-up page. You can also contact us at MyChartSupport@DoNotUse.DoNotUse. After we verify your information, you will receive a new code.
For your security, your activation code expires after a set period of time and is no longer valid after the first time you use it. If you still have problems, email us at MyChartSupport@DoNotUse.DoNotUse or call our myUCLAhealth Patient Support Line at (855) 364-7052.
When creating a FATCA account, a single, lead or sponsoring entity FI will create an access code (like a password) to be used with the system assigned FATCA ID for all future logins to the account. The access code must be between eight and 20 characters and include at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number, and one of the designated special characters (! @ # % ^ * ( ) , .).
Only one user can log into a FATCA account at a time. Each account has its own unique FATCA ID and access code. Although the login credentials (FATCA ID and access code) can be shared between the Responsible Officer and up to five (5) points of contact designated on the registration, only one person can access the account at a time.
Your access code is only used once to log into MyChart for the first time. The code will expire after you have used it or after 60 days. When you log into MyChart the first time, you will then be asked to create your own unique MyChart username and password.
You may click the \"Forgot password\" link on the sign-in page to reset your password online. You may also contact the MyChart Patient Support Help Desk at 434.243.2500 or email MyChart@virginia.edu to get a new password or access code.
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal usernames, and passwords. Each person controls their password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password. Unlike conventional e-mail, all MyChart messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.
Employee RegistrationSelect Register Here to start the registration process. Follow the steps to enter your registration code, verify your identity, get your User ID and password, select your security questions, enter your contact information, and enter your activation code. You will then have the ability to review your information and complete the registration process. For more information, please refer to the Employee Self Service Quick Reference Card.