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Dart Reference v2.0

Get Authenticator Assurance Level

Returns the Authenticator Assurance Level (AAL) for the active session.

  • Authenticator Assurance Level (AAL) is the measure of the strength of an authentication mechanism.
  • In Supabase, having an AAL of aal1 means the user has signed in with their first factor, such as email, password, or OAuth sign-in. An AAL of aal2 means the user has also signed in with their second factor, such as a time-based, one-time-password (TOTP).
  • If the user has a verified factor, the nextLevel field returns aal2. Otherwise, it returns aal1.

final res = supabase.auth.mfa.getAuthenticatorAssuranceLevel();
final currentLevel = res.currentLevel;
final nextLevel = res.nextLevel;
final currentAuthenticationMethods = res.currentAuthenticationMethods;