In addition to the recent introduction of adding API keys, now we are adding Multi-Factor Authentication support.
We are pleased to introduce API keys as a new authentication method for the Realtime Register API and IsProxy. By using API keys you don’t need to store any account passwords in your applications anymore. Users with the required permission can manage their own API keys in the renewed profile/account section in the Domain Manager.
To manage API keys you need the permissions MANAGE_API_KEY. If you have tweaked your permission setup you might need to assign this permission to the users that require API access.
Multiple API keys can be created per user so you can assign each application their own key.
For more information the following resources are available:
- Documentation: KB articles User Roles
- User management: User Roles
- Manage API keys: API Keys
- API Authentication: API Access
- IsProxy: ISProxy authentication