Unprompted Two-factor Authentication Code
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Unprompted Two-factor Authentication Code

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Article Summary

If a user receives a two-factor authentication code and was not attempting to log in, it is likely the case that a data aggregator is attempting to retrieve data. This should only occur if a user has previously shared their login information through a third-party app such as Venmo, Intuit, or Mint.com. 

To avoid future occurrences, a user can change their Digital Banking password and no further action is needed.

This is a list of IP's associated with Plaid, a well-known data aggregator:

  • 54.88.74.128
  • 54.208.59.10
  • 54.88.202.28
  • 18.214.218.91
  • 3.211.30.208
  • 3.214.25.67
  • 52.88.82.239
  • 52.41.247.19
  • 52.0.205.192
  • 52.3.166.211
  • 35.174.147.86
  • 34.199.37.46 
  • 35.168.137.48
  • 3.215.49.214
  • 34.202.178.138 

Your institution's staff can view a user's login history in the Admin Platform. To do this, from the Admin Platform, select Manage Users on the top navigation bar and scroll down to the History section.



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