Single-factor authentication requires only one authentication factor for successful authentication.
Identity cloud supports the following authentication methods for Single-factor authentication:
Password is the primary authentication method. The Password authentication method is always active and cannot be disabled.
You can configure the password policy for the passwords of your users.
Social login is a federated authentication method using social identity providers to verify the user's identity. Read more about how social login works.
You can enable or disable the social login for each added social login provider. Toggling the option determines whether the social login button of the corresponding social identity provider is displayed on the signup and login pages.
Specifics of the authentication steps and supported account types may vary by social identity provider. For example, only business Microsoft accounts may be used to sign up and log in through Identity Cloud.
Add social login
Disable social login
User-facing flows with social identity providers
During signup with social identity providers, the user may be prompted to allow Identity Cloud to use their information from the social identity provider. Denying access to the information terminates the signup flow.