Secure your development inside with Two-factor authentication using U2F support

2FA for Bamboo (2 factor authentication) by Alpha Serve

2FA for Bamboo available in Server version

2FA for Bamboo: U2F & TOTP

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All 2FA methods rely on users providing a password as well as a second factor, but our 2FA for Bamboo plugin is the first and only enabling to use of U2F devices (Yubico Yubikey, NitroKey, TapID, Bluink Key, Feitian, and more) together with a mobile phone as a key code generator.

Based on RFC 6238 standard it works with mobile applications that generate tokens, such as: Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, 2STP, OTP Auth, Authy and others.

Key Features

TOTP & U2F Support
Supports any mobile application, such as Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, 2STP, OTP Auth, Authy, and others. For U2F: use FIDO2/WebAuthn devices like Yubico Yubikey, NitroKey, TapID, Bluink Key, Feitian.
Flexible Settings
Get more from a variety of app Settings: Whitelist IP addresses / IP ranges, enable Brute Force defense, Force certain groups to enable MFA, allow to Remember devices for fast login.
Rich Access Logs
Track and analyze users’ activity, search by username, or IP address. Export Authentication logs to CSV, XLS/XLSX.

Pricing

Local agents only
$10
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1 remote agent
$250
Unlimited jobs
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5 remote agents
$450
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10 remote agents
$1,000
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One of the Most Effective Strategies to Improve the Security and Reliability of Your Atlassian Products

Online security is one of the primary concerns of every IT business. 2-factor authentication is one of the efficient ways to address data safety risks. You need more than a password to validate your identity while using 2FA and to access a device. It requires the second element (fido security key).

The number of cybercrimes is growing every year. While no one denies the fact, only 50% of businesses are using two-factor authentication to secure sensitive data.