Authentication – Trusted Device

1. Feature Overview

With the Trusted Devices feature, users can log into their LeadSquared account without verifying themselves through Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) each time. Trusting a device will help you save time during log-ins.

Note:

  • LeadSquared will capture the browser’s user agent, IP address, and system combination for trusting a device.
  • LeadSquared will not store user IDs and passwords.
  • Avoid trusting browsers on a computer that is public or shared by multiple users.
  • To learn more about LeadSquared’s log-in settings, read LeadSquared Security Settings – Login Settings.
  • To learn more about LeadSquared’s security features, read the Summary of LeadSquared Security Features.

 

 2. Prerequisites

  • Logging in through an incognito or private window will not enable device trust. You must log in through a normal window. ​
  • Ensure your browser cookie and cache settings are not preventing the browser from being trusted. Some third-party applications, browser extensions, or add-ons automatically delete cookies – this might prevent your browser from being trusted.

 

3. Trusting a Device

Following are the steps to enable and configure trusted devices –

3.1 Enable Trust Device Setting

  1. Navigate to Settings>Security>Login Settings.
  2. Toggle enable toggle  to enable Trust Device.

enable trust

Note: Click on Configure to set the default expiration period for a period of 7, 15, 30, 60, 90, or 180 days for a trusted device. Once the expiration period elapses, users will have to trust the device again (refer to the steps in section 3.2).

trust device configure

3.2 Trusting a Device

Once you have enabled the Trust Device setting, follow these steps to trust a device –

  1. On the LeadSquared log-in page, enter your ID and Password and click Next.
  2. Enter the OTP sent to your registered ID.
  3. Select the option – Disable OTP verification on this device.
  4. Click Verify.

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3.3 Manage Trusted Devices

On the Manage Trusted Devices page, you can view or remove your trusted devices –

  1. Navigate to Settings>Security>Manage Trusted Devices.
  2. You can view all trusted devices with the following information –
    1. Browser icon.
    2. System Name – The name of the system trusted by the user Ex: MacBook Pro, Dell XPS, etc.
    3. Operating system icon.
    4. IP Address – IP address of the trusted network.
    5. Trusted On – The date on which the device was trusted.
    6. Browser version – Version of the trusted browser.
    7. This Device – Currently logged-in devices will be displayed with this tag. 

trust device manage

Note: To remove a trusted device click on the Remove button.

turst device delete

 

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