Using two-factor authentication (2FA)
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a way to protect your Nextcloud account against unauthorized access. It works by requiring two different ‘proofs’ of your identity. For example, the first factor is something you know (like a password) and the second factor can be a text message you receive or a code you generate on your phone or another device.
Configuring the 2FA
To configure the authentication, log in to Ownsky. Enter your URZ login and password.
Click on your username in the upper right corner. From there, select 'Settings' > 'Security'.
Note: You should always generate and save the backup codes for the 2FA.
To get the backup codes look under Second-factor Auth settings. Choose "Generate backup codes".
Enter the code or scan the QR code. Your device will show an authentication login code that changes every 30 seconds. This code must be entered quickly. Then click on 'Verify'.
Enter the code, if it is correct you will be redirected to your Nextcloud account.