Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is an electronic authentication method in which a user is granted access to a website or application only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism such as "knowledge" (e.g., personal security questions) or "possession" (e.g., codes or token via mobile phone).
Proof offers the following types of MFA to Title Agents, Lenders, and Business customers:
- Account-level MFA requires an organization's team members to authenticate when logging in to the account.
- Transaction-level MFA requires Signers to authenticate to access their transaction.
Anyone can access most of the articles linked below. However, only notaries and business/real estate customers can access notary articles. Review Access Help Center Articles as a Notary for assistance.
- Notaries: Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for Notaries
- Real Estate:
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