Welcome

The MCCE / SALCC Member Site has moved and you were automatically redirected here.

We have made some security related changes to make the site and the login procedure more secure.
Some of these are visible to the user, others are not and meant to prevent – among other things – brute force attacks.

You can log in – your credentials are unchanged – but the reCAPTCHA is new and needs to be ticked.
This may cause a picture challenge to pop up, but this depends on your browser (setting, add-ons, extensions).

Also, to be able to log in, a cookie will (have to) be placed on your device, so make sure your browser settings allow that.

After log in, please navigate to the “Edit Profile” page from the menu at the top.
On that page, you need to complete 2FA setup as follows:

 * Tick “Enable two-factor authentication (Current code: xxxxxx)” and click “Save Settings”;
* Next, you’ll need an authenticator app on your phone 1. Most common – and most of you probably have one already – are Google’s and Microsoft’s;
* Open your authenticator app and read the QR code:
** In the Microsoft Authenticator app, click the “+” sign at the top and choose “Other (Google, Facebook, etc)”;
** In the Google Authenticator app, click the “+” sign at the bottom and then “Scan a QR code”;
* Check that the code on your phone matches the one on the screen.

(1 If you need to install an authenticator app, it will ask permission to access the camera – you will need to grant that to be able to have the app read the QR code.)

You have now successfully activated 2FA and can go on navigating the member site / documents library.

Note that emailing 2FA codes is no longer supported.

Next time you log in, you will see an option to “Trust this device” – when ticked, this will provide a 30 day period in which you won’t have to enter a 2FA code again.

Access to Member Site

When you are granted access, you are entering a secured website which is for the use by authorised personnel of the MCCE / SALCC member Nations.

Unauthorised access is prohibited and is subject to prosecution to the full extent of the law.

You can log in here or request access to the Member Site by filling out this form