Security When Using Session Link - Password Not Required

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For added security, Jigsaw has applied new rules around the Invite Option: Session Link - Password NOT Required.



Here's How It Works

1 - When a user clicks this type of session link, they will be prompted to enter their email id.



2 - If the email id entered is a Host account, the Host is prompted for their password.

3 - If the email id entered was invited to the session in the role of a Co-Host and/or Presenter and that email id has a valid Jigsaw Profile Account associated to it, the Co-Host and/or Presenter is prompted for their Login password.



This allows a more secure log in process for Hosts and Presenters with valid Jigsaw Profile Accounts.

4 - However, if a valid Jigsaw Profile Account is not associated with the email, the user is not required to enter a password.

This allows the user a quick and simple one click access without requiring that user to complete a Jigsaw Profile Account.

5 - They will see the normal "Join" button to join the session.  If it is the first time they have ever joined a Jigsaw Session, they will be prompted to enter a First and Last Name.


What Happens When Someone Attempts to Access the Session With the Host, Co-Host, or Presenter's Email?

By requiring a password for valid Host, Co-Host, and Presenter accounts, this adds a level of security to ensure that only the Host, Co-Host, and Presenter can join the session with their email id.

1- After 8 incorrect login attempts using the Host, Co-Host, or Presenter's email id, the account will be locked.


2 - Jigsaw Administration will notify the user whose email has been used to alert them that an attempt was made to log in to their Jigsaw Interactive account.  The account will be locked by the IP Address.  The user will need to contact Jigsaw Support to ask to have the IP Address unblocked.




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