One-time passwords (OTPs) are an authentication method commonly used as part of two-factor identification (2FA) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) methods that can help balance these needs. OTPs are unique passwords that are only valid for a single login session for a defined period of time.
OTPs is a string of characters or numbers automatically generated to be used for one single login attempt. OTPs or One Time Passwords in full, can be sent to the user's phone via SMS, Voice, or Push message and can be used to protect web-based services, private credentials, and data.
The user can handle two-factor authentication with the help of Leapwork as: