I got a new phone and didn’t save the recovery code. One day, when I tried to log in to the Heroku platform using my email and password, Heroku redirected to the https://verify.salesforce.com/v1/verify/ page and asked me to perform multi-factor authentication and enter verification code.
I can’t. So I find this documentation Recovering from lock-out
What I have tried:
- Contact the support firstname.lastname@example.org via email, ask them to disable my multi-factor authentication. I provided my login email and password to them. But they always reply to me like this:
Sorry, the email address you are using has not been recognized as a Heroku account.
Please log in and submit a ticket via help.heroku.com where we’ll be happy to help. If you are unable to log in, please send an email from your registered Heroku account.
If you do not have a Heroku account and need support, you can create an account in seconds.
We apologize for any inconvenience!
The Heroku Team https://heroku.com
- The documentation said:
If you have a valid CLI session on your computer, you can use the CLI to turn off two-factor authentication with the command
heroku 2fa:disable. Here too, you will be asked for your password.
So I tried to disable multi-factor authentication using heroku CLI.
☁ heroku 2fa:disable (node:42222) Warning: Setting the NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED environment variable to '0' makes TLS connections and HTTPS requests insecure by disabling certificate verification. Disabling 2fa on email@example.com... ? Password: ************ Disabling 2fa on firstname.lastname@example.org... done
Looks like it worked. But when I tried to log in to the Heroku platform again, it still redirected me to the multi-factor authentication page – https://verify.salesforce.com/v1/verify/
Am I the only one with this problem?