I’m getting unsolicited MFA verification notifications, what do I do?

I’m getting unsolicited MFA verification notifications, what do I do?

Aimed at: Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

If you are using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and are getting unexpected MFA notifications then you should contact the IS Service Desk and reset your password via the Self-Service Password Reset Service immediately. 

This could be an indication that your account has been compromised. 

Find out more about MFA.

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