Final Reminder to Enable 2FA On Your ARIN Online Account Before 1 February
Posted: Monday, 30 January 2023
Beginning on Wednesday, 1 February, ARIN will require two-factor authentication (2FA) on all ARIN Online accounts. Customers who have yet to set up 2FA on their ARIN Online account can choose between Time-Based One-Time password (TOTP), SMS-based, and FIDO2/Passkey-enabled security key authentication methods.
You can learn more about your 2FA options by visiting our website: https://www.arin.net/reference/materials/security/twofactor/
By requiring 2FA for ARIN Online accounts, the ARIN community should see stronger security for the registry, reduced risk of account fraud attempts, and increased confidence in the integrity of their ARIN resources.
If you have not set up 2FA prior to Wednesday, 1 February, you will be prompted to do so at your next ARIN Online login attempt and will not be able to access your account dashboard until you have completed the process.
This is your final reminder to set up 2FA in advance of the flag day for enforcement so that this change is not interruptive to your account access after 1 February 2023.
President and CEO
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
Need help setting up your 2FA? Visit https://www.arin.net/2fa to get started. You’ll find guides on enabling 2FA via an authenticator application, SMS, and security key hardware.
We also provide information on how to receive and save your 2FA recovery codes, as well as what to do if you’ve lost access to your authenticator or SMS phone number.
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