28 Nov

Launched: Multi-factor authentication

Our customers’ security has always been a top priority at LaunchDarkly. We’re excited to announce support for multi-factor authentication (MFA), which requires a second login verification step in addition to an account password.

LaunchDarkly multi factor authentication (MFA) feature flags feature toggle security

MFA works by requiring users to enter a verification passcode from any free authenticator application installed on your mobile device. If someone ever gained unauthorized access to your account password, then that person would not be able to log in without the MFA passcode.

LaunchDarkly account administrators can require all newly invited team members to enable MFA during their initial onboarding. Administrators can also see which team members have MFA enabled and send a reminder email or recovery code to assist.

We strongly recommend that all LaunchDarkly users enable MFA for their account, and that administrators enforce MFA for their entire team. If you have any questions or feedback, we would love to hear from you at support@launchdarkly.com.

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Justin Baker
Lead Product Designer at LaunchDarkly
As a designer who can code, Justin can empathize with a developer's workflow and design intuitive interfaces to address extremely complex functionality. He has built dozens of user interfaces for high-traffic applications — winning the Best of California IT Design award in 2012. He frequently contributes feature flag management and design theory articles to DZone, Tech.co, and DesignerHub. He holds degrees from UC Davis and USC, and is finishing an MS in Information Design at Northwestern. When he's not making developer's lives easier, he enjoys tennis, computer games, and writing.