Last updated on July 26th, 2020
Rublon offers a variety of authentication methods that are hardware- and software-based. Administrators decide which 2FA/MFA methods are available to users.
WebAuthn/U2F Security Keys
Rublon supports the FIDO2 industry standard, enabling users to sign in to applications with strong multi-factor authentication by tapping a physical WebAuthn/U2F security key.
The Rublon Authenticator app generate a new Mobile Passcode every 30 seconds, even when offline. Users may verify their identities through multi-factor authentication by entering these passcodes into the authentication prompt.
Rublon Mobile Passcodes are based on the TOTP Time-Based One-Time Password Algorithm (RFC 6238), which was designed by Symantec, VeriSign and others.
Rublon generates QR codes that appear on the authentication prompt. Users verify their identities by scanning these QR codes using a phone with the Rublon Authenticator app.
Mobile Push is a fast and secure way for users to verify their identities, using push notifications sent to their phones. The Rublon Authenticator app enables users to approve or deny login attempts with a single tap.
Rublon sends one-time passcodes via SMS, enabling users without internet connectivity or smartphones to verify their identities with two-factor authentication. Users enter these passcodes into the authentication prompt.
Email Links are a simple way to verify the identities of users that requires no software installation or additional hardware. Users click on a link sent by Rublon to a user’s email address and get signed in on the device that started the login process.