Security upgrade coming to LandTech

20th September 2022

Change is in the air - good change! - and nothing that LandTech users need to be worried about. On the contrary, we’re introducing a new login page and multi-factor authentication system, adding a deeper layer of security to user accounts, and putting us in the best position to make further security updates for your benefit down the line.

 

Login page and URL changes

The login page we all know and love is getting an upgrade, and from September 28th it will morph into this:

Auth0-landing

 

One major difference that users will notice is the URL - the web address.

 

Auth0-URL

Our new URL will be a bit longer and more complex than before, but that doesn’t mean that accessing the page will be any more difficult. In fact, those who have the old URL bookmarked won’t have to change that at all, as the old URL will simply redirect you to the new one. The new address may not look familiar, but it’s still us, and it will still take you to the same product you’re used to seeing and working with everyday. 

 

Q & A

  • What’s happening and when? Your login page and web address are changing on 28 September 2022.
  • How will it affect you? All you need to do is save the new URL or use your existing bookmark to the old one and it will redirect you.
  • Why are we doing this? This is the first of 2 steps to helping us improve security around your login and account to make sure your details are safe as can be.
  • What do you need to do? Either use your existing bookmark which will redirect you, or save the new web address as a bookmark.

 

That’s all from us for now, but stay tuned for updates about the introduction of multi-factor authentication that will be coming this November.

In the meantime, get in touch with any questions you may have through the support chat under the Help menu in LandInsight.

Asher is the Senior Content Writer at LandTech. He sometimes misses his time living in China. He also enjoys indoor climbing, which has ruined his chances of ever being a hand model.