Please offer Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

In this day and age it is imperative for any website service to offer Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) to it's users.  Please add this for us.

 

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  • Please support, at the very least, Google authenticator.  SMS would be good too.

    Once a user is authenticated, they should not have to re-authenticate.

    Also provide the ability to invalidate existing authentications (in case you accidentally leave yourself logged in on a public computer or loose access to a computer).

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  • I'm curious - what good would this do/who are you protecting your strava data from? I don't think adoption of this would be that high.

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  • It would prevent people, who have acquired your password, from logging into your Strava account.

    Is Strava critical? Probably not.  But these days, security is vital and two factor authentication is one of the most secure mechanisms there is.

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  • +1. No it's not mission critical data, but it's data that all of us have spent a lot of literal sweat obtaining. Some jackass hacker going in and deleting said data would be heartbreaking and demoralizing. TFA is not trivial but it's also not difficult and it would go a long way for those that value data security and integrity.

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  • Indeed. Would love to see this feature implemented. Regardless of how popular it would be, it's the general direction we are moving to safeguard any of our data. Passwords are not sufficient anymore, and would make a lot of us feel a lot more confident in Strava's position on data privacy.

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  • Strava, my name is Matt Lembright and today I'm doing a podcast to help those impacted by the recent identification of areas of activity that pose a threat to human life an national security. 

    Two-factor authentication is a non-negotiable and is cheap and easy to implement. Please provide feedback to these folks and the rest of your users on an implementation date. We will be mentioning that you lack two-factor authentication and will update our podcast when you implement it.

    Additionally - requiring that users sign up for premium for this feature is unacceptable - it needs to be available to all of your users.

    @mattlembright

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  • The company that i work for as of Friday February 9th 2018 has blocked all 40,000 employees from accessing Strava while on the company network. Only social media sites that offer two factor authentication will be allowed while on the corporate network.

    Strava, please spin up those mfa virtual servers!

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  • Dear Strava Developer Tech-Lead or CTO, In European Union the new GDPR law which is mandatory by May 25th 2018 requires all services that use biometrics data have two-step authentication as mandatory and I think your service is one of them.

    I think you should urgently adapt your service to provide this requirement or UE, it does not cost a lot of effort... Please implement 2FA.

    Thanks in advance!

    Albert

     

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  • Put me on the list. Since Strava contains quite some personal data, including location and health data, it would be very useful to have 2FA enabled.

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  • Indeed, please would it be possible to add support for two-factor authentication (2FA)? Almost all of the sites I regularly use these have this and Strava is starting to stick out. I am sure it would help the optics in the case of further media blah around privacy, etc. etc.

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  • I vote for TFA as security feature. Strava have lots of PII from all users sharing activities (locations, friends and much more) and protecting users should be #1 priority. Two factor authentication helps a lot.

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  • Me too! Strava contains lots of private personal health data and this should be adequately protected. 

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  • Yes, please offer two-factor authentification. This isn't really something it's acceptible not to offer these days, especially for a service which stores potentially sensitive medical data about hear rate, athleticism and general health. This is valuable data, and I'm sure I'm not the only one who would like to know it's safer from hacking than a password can afford.

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  • Yes! This should be definitely incorporated quickly. 

    What happens if someone manages to log in to our accounts, removes our privacy zones and then publicly shares the start and finish points of rides? A lot of people will respond with "well dont start from your home" but thats not going to stop a very large portion of Strava's user base from doing just that.

    Put clearly, if Strava has a breach and doesn't provide modern up-to date protection around data and authentication then Stravas brand will be trashed.

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  • +1 for this!

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  • I am stunned this is still not offered and the thread not even replied to by Strava themselves after 3 years!

    Strava holds a huge amount of personal data, locations, common rides, photos, health information the list goes on. 

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