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Receiving a one-time password over email

For your security, npm may require additional verification to allow you to log in to your account. If you do not have two-factor authentication enabled, you may be asked to verify yourself with a one-time password sent to the email address configured for your account.

Logging in with a one-time password

  1. Log in to npm with your user account.
    Screenshot of npm login dialog
  2. You'll be prompted for a one-time password that was sent to your email.

    Screenshot showing one-time password request
  3. Check your email account for an email from npm containing your one-time password (the subject will begin "OTP for logging in to your account").

    Screenshot showing OTP code in email
  4. Enter the digits from your email in your one-time password field.

Enabling two-factor authentication

To avoid this additional login step, with a one-time password sent to you via e-mail, you can configure two-factor authentication with a device (2FA) instead.

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https://docs.npmjs.com/receiving-a-one-time-password-over-email