Using eValid to log into a two step authentication website

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Using eValid to log into a two step authentication website

Postby KennyY » Mon Oct 26, 2020 10:30 am

Morning.

Is is possible to use eValid to log in to a site that uses a 2 factor authentication method (e.g. BankID for a bank website)?

Thanks
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Re: Using eValid to log into a two step authentication websi

Postby eValid » Tue Oct 27, 2020 11:23 am

KennyY wrote:Morning.

Is is possible to use eValid to log in to a site that uses a 2 factor authentication method (e.g. BankID for a bank website)?

Thanks


Thanks for asking KennyY.

This should be possible provided there are not too may random actions involved, and assuming that the authentication loop is entirely on the browser (phone calls, voice messages and similar methods are outside the scope of what eValid can do).

If you break this down it is easier than you think.

Whatever the login is the throws the secondary authentication window, the need will be the same: scrape something off a new window and put in the current window at a particular spot.

To scrape from the secondary (new) window you would use: ValueGetElement to grab the authentication value from a known place on that windows in the internal "elementValue" variable.

Now, you just paste it into the place it is asked for using the command: ValuePutElement

Here are the details and a worked example.

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... ation.html


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