ID monitoring & OTP and other feature suggestions

taiwan_user_zack
taiwan_user_zack Posts: 2 New Member
edited July 26 in Feature Requests

I appreciate the fact that you have detected sites that have accidentally leaked my account password.

But now there are two problems:

The first one: The website that leaked my account password no longer provides a member login system, nor does they have a member database. The second one: leaks from unknown websites, which I have largely ruled out.

But the APP still jumps out of my two warning messages, how do I close it?

In the following suggestions: I hope that OTP can be provided, whether it is another APP or an ID PROTECTION. In addition, I hope the icon of ICON can be a little more.

When I was a child, because GAMANIA knew you, I paid a monthly fee for anti-virus every month. You taught me the importance of safety. Hope you guys keep up the good work. :)

(Although I gave up using Windows for my personal use.)

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  • taiwan_user_zack
    taiwan_user_zack Posts: 2 New Member

    I typed wrongly! Not TOP but OTP.

  • Firmy
    Firmy Posts: 167 Moderator

    Hi @taiwan_user_zack

    Welcome to our Community page. Thank you for your post.

    Currently, it is not possible to archive/remove old notifications/breaches.

    Moving this post to Feature request for better reach.

    Thank you and stay safe.

    Jaims
  • Jaims
    Jaims Posts: 827 Community Manager

    Hi @taiwan_user_zack

    We can check with our ID Protection experts if the option to clear old breach notifications will be made available in the nearest future.

    Meanwhile, there's one additional way to use an HW key even with our current setup: as an alternative login method to the app itself, when the key has either NFC or lighting/USB-c connector for the phone, for instance. Or if not used during login (as I'm sure most users prefer FaceID or fingerprint for convenience), having a 2FA code generator function behind the HW key would add an additional layer of security (so a potential adversary couldn't log in to your phone, password vault and 2FA codes with the same authentication method).

    Firmy