Access Your Adform Account

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Adform uses a centralized single sign-on (SSO) system ( to authenticate users who log in to the Adform platform. This SSO system verifies that your credentials (username and password) belong to an Adform account.

To log in:

  1. Go to

  2. On the right side of the main menu bar, click Log in.

  3. Make sure that you’re at

  4. In the Log in area, enter your username and password.

  5. To not have to enter your credentials again with a private device, select the Remember My Login check box.


    Don’t select this checkbox when using a public device to log in.

  6. Click Log in.

  7. If you have the two-factor authentication (2FA) with this account, enter the provided code.


    If you’re on a private device, plan to log out and log in again soon, and don’t want 2FA codes for a limited time, select the Trust this device checkbox before entering the code.

Locked Account

If your password isn’t accepted, Adform locks the account after several unsuccessful tries. Adform uses two lockout levels:

  • Temporary: Locked out for 1 minute after five incorrect password entries. You can try again after 1 minute passes.

  • Permanent: Locked out until resolved after twenty incorrect password entries (4 sets of temporary lockouts). The assumption is that these many attempts to log in indicate a hostile attack.


Adform can change lockout thresholds without prior notice.

Once Adform permanently locks the account, it sends a notification to the email address associated with your account. The message has instructions for unlocking and accessing the account. You can unlock your account by clicking the reset link or by changing your password. For information, see Change or Reset Your Password.


You get a notification with a temporary lockout, but you don't have to reset your password.

The notification includes information such as:

  • Username for your Adform account

  • Geographical location of the attempted access

  • IP address of the attempted access

  • Browser (including version) used with the attempted access

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