Sign in to https://account.adobe.com/security.
Learn how to make your Adobe account more secure by setting up two-step verification. Also learn how to revoke access to any third-party apps.
Two-step verification is an additional authentication method that you can use for your Adobe account to make it more secure. You can use the Adobe Account Access app to sign in securely or receive sign-in verification codes by email or text message.
Two-step verification for your Adobe account is optional but recommended. If we detect an unusual login, we may email you a code to verify your identity even if you aren’t enrolled in two-step verification.
In the Two-step verification section, use the toggle to enable any of the following methods of authentication:
If you've already provided information for all authentication methods, you are prompted to enable all methods at the same time.
To learn how to enter the code while signing in, see Two-step verification: Keeping your account secure.
In the Two-step verification section, disable any of the following methods of authentication:
Disabling one method of authentication automatically disables its backup method of authentication as well.
Confirm that you want to deactivate the two-step verification.
Once these authentication methods are disabled, you receive an onscreen message and an email, confirming that two-step verification has been deactivated.