RIFT Auth

RIFT Auth


Protect your Trion Account and RIFT login with 2-step verification.

The RIFT Mobile Authenticator is an optional application that provides an additional layer of authentication for your Trion account and helps prevent unauthorized account usage. Every time you launch RIFT, you will use the RIFT Mobile Authenticator to generate a unique serial code to enter into the login screen in addition to your password.

Using the RIFT Mobile Authenticator is easy:
* Load the app onto your mobile device
* Follow the in-app directions to connect the app to your Trion Account
* Sign in to RIFT with a more secure account

In addition to enhanced security, linking the RIFT Mobile Authenticator to your account will earn you the in-game title “The Ironclad.”

NOTE: Please contact Trion Customer Service before removing or reinstalling the RIFT Mobile Authenticator. The Mobile Authenticator must be removed from your account at the account level. If you uninstall or reinstall the Mobile Authenticator before contacting Customer Service, the Authenticator will still be enabled for your RIFT account, and you will not be able to log in to the game.

NOTE: An Internet connection is required for use. For more information about the RIFT Mobile Authenticator, visit www.RIFTgame.com/authenticator

Recent changes:
Updated to show 6 digit code instead of 8.
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About RIFT Auth
Protect your Trion Account and RIFT login with 2-step verification.

The RIFT Mobile Authenticator is an optional application that provides an additional layer of authentication for your Trion account and helps prevent unauthorized account usage. Every time you launch RIFT, you will use the RIFT Mobile Authenticator to generate a unique serial code to enter into the login screen in addition to your password.

Using the RIFT Mobile Authenticator is easy:
* Load the app onto your mobile device
* Follow the in-app directions to connect the app to your Trion Account
* Sign in to RIFT with a more secure account

In addition to enhanced security, linking the RIFT Mobile Authenticator to your account will earn you the in-game title “The Ironclad.”

NOTE: Please contact Trion Customer Service before removing or reinstalling the RIFT Mobile Authenticator. The Mobile Authenticator must be removed from your account at the account level. If you uninstall or reinstall the Mobile Authenticator before contacting Customer Service, the Authenticator will still be enabled for your RIFT account, and you will not be able to log in to the game.

NOTE: An Internet connection is required for use. For more information about the RIFT Mobile Authenticator, visit www.RIFTgame.com/authenticator

Recent changes:
Updated to show 6 digit code instead of 8.

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User reviews of RIFT Auth
If you play Rift, you owe it to yourself (and you character) to pick this up. It's free and will give you peace of mind while playing Rift.
Jul 28, 2011
this app is total crap!!! it works at first, but if you have any problems with your phone, the app when you re-download it will error and with no phone support on weekends, you will me SOL... do NOT add the authenticator to your rift account.
Apr 3, 2011
We asked for it, they made it. Thanks Trion!
Apr 1, 2011
Nice security increase! Easy to use.
Mar 31, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
Meh
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
Sloppy This app is a lousy attempt to copy blizzard's authenticate. It's full of bugs and it's name is wrong. Come on Trion, you can do better.
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Why Why have your own authentication app?
A Google User
Sep 2, 2014
Sloppy This app is a lousy attempt to copy blizzard's authenticate. It's full of bugs and it's name is wrong. Come on Trion, you can do better.
A Google User
Aug 28, 2014
Why another app? Why is there yet another app for this? Google Authenticator does the job much better, people probably already have it installed, and is much more flexible (I use it for ssh authentication too).