Multi-Factor Authentication in Auth0
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) verifies a user's identity by requiring them to provide more than one piece of identifying information. This prevents bad actors from accessing an account even if they've acquired the username and password.
MFA supports different authentication factors, such as push notifications, device biometrics, and SMS. To learn more, read Multi-Factor Authentication Factors.
To learn how to enable MFA, read Enable Multi-Factor Authentication.
You can also use Auth0 Rules to customize your MFA flow. You can require MFA to only in specific circumstances or force use of a particular factor.