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.
We also published more content about Continuous Web Page Monitoring and Multi-environment monitoring, including video guides!