Today we launched support for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for all DevRaven user accounts.
Any user can optionally enable MFA for their user account to prevent unauthoized access to their account due to weak/leaked passwords.
User accounts with MFA enabled are required to enter MFA token during the local authentication (username/password based) login process.
Please note, you will not be prompted to enter MFA token if you use a third-party login provider (such as Google) to access your DevRaven account.
Refer the Multi-Factor Authentication documentation for more details about this feature.
We also pushed few UX improvements to Monitor Scheduling: Schedule changes now require the status to be enabled. This should prevent unintentionally leaving the scheduler in off state when scheduling monitors.