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Reset Password
SecureDrop uses automatically generated diceware passwords.
Your password will be changed immediately, so you will need to save it before pressing the "Reset Password" button.
Please enter your current password and two-factor code.
Current Password
Two-factor Code
The user's password will be changed to:
Your password will be changed to:
Reset Two-Factor Authentication
If a user's two-factor authentication credentials have been lost or compromised, you can reset them here. <em>If you do this, make sure the user is present and ready to set up their device with the new two-factor credentials. Otherwise, they will be locked out of their account.</em>
If your two-factor authentication credentials have been lost or compromised, or you got a new device, you can reset your credentials here. <em>If you do this, make sure you are ready to set up your new device, otherwise you will be locked out of your account.</em>
To reset two-factor authentication for mobile apps such as FreeOTP, choose the first option. For security keys like the YubiKey, choose the second one.
Reset two-factor authentication for mobile apps, such as FreeOTP
Reset two-factor authentication for security keys, like a YubiKey Token i to faktor autentifikation bekræftet.
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User avatar AO_Localization_Lab

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Does this reset the credentials for one or several mobile apps?

a year ago
User avatar rmol

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Just one. SecureDrop only stores one OTP secret per journalist account, so the buttons under "Reset Two-Factor Authentication" on the account editing page are for resetting that single secret -- the credentials for either a mobile app or a security key -- associated with the account. I've added a screenshot that I hope will clarify this function; thanks for bringing attention to this.

a year ago


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a year ago
Source string age
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securedrop/translations/da/LC_MESSAGES/messages.po, string 181