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Manage MFA Settings
View or remove trusted browsers
Trusted browsers are the browsers you authenticated to "remember me for 7 days" at the MFA login. You can manage your trusted browsers on the SFU MFA Management App:
Step 2. Go to the "Trusted Browsers" tab. Under this tab, you can view a list of browsers you have authenticated to remember you for seven days and the date you authenticated such browser.
If you would like to remove any of these trusted browsers, you can click on the "Trash Can" button beside the browsers on the list. This feature can be used when:
- You accidentally checked off the "Remember me" checkbox on a public computer, or
- You would like a certain browser on your device to forget you and prompt you for MFA again.
Have questions? Please see our collection of FAQs.
Need additional assistance?
- Faculty/staff: contact your department’s IT staff or visit ServiceHub to request for help.
- Students: request help at the ServiceHub for general inquiries or the Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) for inquiries regarding accessibility accommodations for MFA.