2-Factor Authentication Enabled for Logging in to e-Way Bill and e-Invoice Systems

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  • Last Updated on 13 June, 2023

e-Way Bill Login

For better security over the e-way bill portal and e-invoice portal, the National Informatics Centre has introduced 2-Factor Authentication for logging in to e-Way Bill and e-Invoice system. In addition to username and password, OTP will also be authenticated for login.

It is provided that there are 3 different modes of receiving the OTP i.e. SMS, Sandes App and NIC-GST-Shield.

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2 thoughts on “2-Factor Authentication Enabled for Logging in to e-Way Bill and e-Invoice Systems”

  1. i want to ask .is there compulsory otp for everytime login for e way bill or e invoice.please reply

    1. Hey, Vrundavan, It would be mandatory for taxpayers with turnover more than Rs.100 Crore to login using the Two-factor Authentication.

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