Secure your account using 2-step verification

Now you can secure your account even further using two-factor authentication (2FA). In addition to your password, you will have to enter a short 6-digit code each time you log in, which helps to keep your account protected.

Enable 2-step verification

You can access this page directly here.

  1. Go to the Account Settings page
  2. Click on “Configure 2-step verification”
  3. Check “Enable Two Step Authentication” checkbox
  4. Scan the QR code with Google Authenticator (note: there are other alternatives such as Authy if you already have oen of them installed). If you want to get Google Authenticator, you can get it for

Open Source

At SKM, open-mindedness and transparency are at the core of everything we are doing. Therefore, we’ve open-sourced the core parts of 2-step verification, freely available on GitHub. You can learn more about our other open-source projects at skmapp.com/open-source.

Fixed downtime Dec 18th due to invalid certificate

Today we had a major downtime because the new TLS certificate was not upgraded properly. This caused most of the versions of SKM Client API (aka SKGL Extension) not being able to validate license keys.

I’m very sorry for all the problems that this caused you. Downtimes occur because of various issues; at SKM we are constantly working on making sure to reduce them and their impact.

I’my happy to tell that this issue is now fixed!

/Artem

Lead Developer