Enroll in Two-Factor Authentication when you create your MIDAS account install and activate the duo mobile app manage two-factor devices frequently asked questions
Log in with two-factor authentication
When you log in to an ODU service with Monarch-Key (Canvas, Leo Online, student email, etc.), you'll be asked for a second authentication method after entering your MIDAS ID and password. Select one of the following options:
Using Duo Push for smartphone/tablet
Select the desired mobile device from the Device drop-down menu, then select Send me a Push. Duo Push will send a push notification to your device.
On your device, click on the push notification and select Approve when the Duo app opens.
Using a passcode from the Duo app
Select the desired mobile device from the Device drop-down menu, then select Enter a Passcode/Bypass Code.
Open the Duo Mobile App on your device and touch the Key icon to generate a code.
Enter the code in the Passcode field and click Log In. You'll be taken to the service you are logging in to.
Using the token option
If you have a token generator or Yubikey registered to your account, you may use the token option to authenticate. Select Token from the Device drop-down, then select Enter a Passcode.
Enter the passcode generated from your hardware token, or prompt your Yubikey to enter a code. Then select Log In. You'll be taken to the service you are logging in to.
Using the SMS passcode option
Select Mobile from the Device drop-down and click Enter a Passcode.
Click Text me new codes.
You will receive an SMS message containing a passcode. Enter the passcode in the authentication window, and click Log In. You'll be taken to the service you are logging in to.
The 'Remember Me' feature allows you to bypass the need for two-factor authentication for seven days.
Enter your MIDAS ID and Password, as usual. But prior to authenticating with two-factor, select Remember me for 7 days. You'll be taken to the service you are logging in to.
Please Note: The Remeber Me feature is cookie-based, and will only bypass your two-factor method on that particular browser session. If you clear your Internet cache/cookies, switch Internet browsers or use another computer, you will be asked to authenticate with your second factor again.