Monitoring - Beginning this January, Authorize.net enhanced its login process by enabling multi-factor authentication, which is now required to access your account. This means you will be prompted to enter a one-time passcode that is sent to the email address associated with your Authorize.net username at each login.
After verifying your account, you are provided with the option to remember the login device, which will reduce the additional verification requirement when you login in the future on the same device.
Please make sure your email contact information is up to date so you can complete this process. To learn how to update your email address, read our support article here.
This change only applies to merchants whose website or payment application uses Authorize.net’s APIs.
Authorize.net will be renewing an expiring leaf certificate. Because of industry changes in certificate expirations, this type of update may happen more than once a year, depending on the need. With this update, there is no change to the root or intermediate certificates. This change is transparent if your site or application is set up to trust Entrust’s root and intermediate certificate, which is recommended. If it is set up to require trusting of a new leaf certificate, you must install or trust the new leaf certificate prior to the update dates listed below. It is not recommended to require trusting, due to the possibility of expiring and changing leaf certificates.
Certificate Update Schedule: 02/22/2023 - 02/23/2023 for both Sandbox and Product.
Authorize.net is aware of an issue that impacted the onetime pin verification impacting users ability to verify and perform account changes/updates. This issue has since resolved and onetime pin verification is working as normal.