Choosing A Strong Password
- A longer password is always better. Each additional character makes your password exponentially more difficult to crack.
- Choose a password that contains at least one lowercase letter, uppercase letter, number and symbol.
- Avoid using words from the dictionary, or common sequences such as
- For a strong password that is easy to remember, consider using a passphrase: a series of words, joined by symbols, that is easy to remember. For example:
- Never reuse a password. If you share a password across multiple sites, then if one site is compromised the attackers have your password for all of the other sites.
- We highly recommend using a password manager such as KeePass2 or 1Password. A password manager is a tool for generating and securely storing unique, highly complex passwords for each site that you visit.
- Do NOT store your passwords in a text file, on your mobile phone's notes, or in your draft emails.
- You can check the strength of your password by visiting this site.
Enabling Two-Factor Authentication on your account
Two-factor authentication (2FA) provides an additional layer of security for you Adara account. When enabled, it ensures that you are the only person that can access your account - even if your password has been compromised.
With 2FA enabled, each time you log into you account you will be required to provide the six-digit verification code displayed within the authentication app. It will also be required prior to withdrawing any asset.
To enable 2FA on your account:
1. Sign into your Adara account.
2. In the Security section of the Account page, click on "Enable" next to 2FA.
4. Scan the displayed QR Code using your authentication app.
5. Enter the six digit code displayed on your mobile phone, and click "Turn On".