- Multi-Factor Authentication: When enabled, MFA will require users to use two pieces of evidence to prove their identity instead of just one. Users will first use their email address and password as the first piece and then ClientPay will send an email to the user with a one-time six digit code that the user must use to complete the login process. MFA can be enabled by a ClientPay Admin inside of a new "Security" tab in "Settings". MFA can be enabled for users and/or payer portal payers. MFA duration can be set to 0 for maximum security - or - set for up to 24 hours to only require users to receive a code the first time they log in during the duration window.
- Minor Upgrades and Bug Fixes: As always, each deployment includes many smaller enhancements, technical upgrades, and bug fixes.
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