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Tomorrow morning (8/26) from 07:00 AM - 08:00 AM ET we need to make a few updates to our site. During this time, no emails will be sent and some customers will not be able to access their contacts. We recommend finishing up your work before 07:00 AM and logging in after 08:00 AM ET. Thank you for your patience while we make these updates.

2FA

2FA

When are you going to bring in 2 factor authentication. I think you should as its quite important!!!
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CTCT Employee
Status changed to: Voting Open

Hi @PAULH30,

 

Thank you for your feedback. This is an excellent idea. I'm going to take this back to our design team. I'm also going to open this page for voting so that other customers can voice their feedback too.

 

Thanks!

Rob L.

Visitor

We are having the same issue. Since Constant Contact does not offer 2 Factor do you recommend a workaround including a third party vendor?

Occasional Visitor

Over the last week, I've seen multiple phishing attacks using what appear to be compromised Constant Contact accounts.  It's possible accounts have been compromised through password spraying or using credentials that have been obtained from other breaches (password reuse).

 

Since Constant Contact is considered a trusted platform, phishing emails may bypass some of the usual controls.

 

While 2FA isn't a panacea, it prevents accounts from being easily compromised using the methods I mentioned above.

All Star

2FA at a minimum. We would love to use SAML authentication so we can integrate with our identity management provider and their 2fa options/policies.

Occasional Visitor

I agree, having the option to use SAML would help with access management.  Having the option to require SAML would be a plus.

All Star

Hi -- it's been almost a year since this thread was opened. Does Constant Contact offer an option yet for 2FA?