Face ID/Touch ID
Users will have to verify themselves using their fingerprint or face through Zoho OneAuth. (Face ID can only be used if the user has an iPhone or iPad device that supports it.)
Users will have to accept a push notification sent to their mobile device through Zoho OneAuth.
Users will have to enter a time-based one-time password generated in Zoho OneAuth.
Users will have to scan a QR code displayed at sign-in, through Zoho OneAuth.
Google Authenticator (or similar authentication apps)
Users will have to configure an authenticator app, and enter a time-based one-time password generated in it.
Users will have to connect their YubiKey hardware authenticator to the device they're trying to sign in from, and verify themselves.
Users will have to enter a one-time password sent to their registered mobile number through SMS.
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