Set Anomaly Detection Preferences

Customize the actions that occur after the triggers in the Anomaly Detection section on the Dashboard.

Auth0 recommends that you do not make changes to your anomaly detection features with the Management API.

Anomaly Detection Dashboard

Brute-force protection preferences

Brute-force protection is enabled by default for all connections. For more information, see Enable and Disable Brute-Force Protection.

Auth0 strongly recommends that you do not set the brute_force_protection flag to false (effectively disabling brute-force protection for the connection), however if you do, you can change it back in the Dashboard.

Limit the amount of signups and failed logins from a suspicious IP address. For more information, see Brute-Force Protection Triggers and Actions.

  1. Click on the Brute-force Protection shield.

Brute-Force Protection Shield

  1. Use the toggles to enable or disable actions for single or multiple user accounts.

  2. Add any IP addresses to the Whitelist field to avoid erroneously triggering the protection action.

  3. Click Save when you are finished.

Breached password detection preferences

Set preferences for breached password detection actions. For more information, see Breached Password Detection Triggers and Actions.

  1. Click on the Breached-password Detection shield.

Breached Password Detection Shield

  1. Use the toggles to enable or disable actions when login security breaches are detected.

  2. Determine how administrators are notified.

  3. Click Save when you are finished.

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