Log in securely to MyKanta

Log in securely to MyKanta

You can manage your affairs securely in MyKanta. Log in to MyKanta at

How to log in to MyKanta

Type in your browser’s address bar.
You can use MyKanta in browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. Make sure you are using the latest version for your browser. Do not log in to MyKanta directly from results retrieved by a search engine, such as Google or Bing.

On the page, click on the button Log in to MyKanta.

You will be redirected to identification where you can choose a strong electronic authentication method, such as online banking codes or mobile certificate (Telia is the service provider).

Enter the requested information, check it, and click on ‘Continue to service’ in order to go to MyKanta.

Always log out of MyKanta once you have finished using the service.

How to log out of MyKanta

Click on the 'Kirjaudu ulos' button (Log out) once you have finished using MyKanta.

Remember to clear your browsing history and cache.

In addition, close all open browser windows.
This ensures that your data are not accessible to any other users of the same device.

Bookmark the website in your browser or save it to your favourites.
You can use the button marked with a star next to the browser’s address bar to save the website address. This will allow you to access in the future and log in directly to MyKanta without using a search engine.

Never share your information with third parties

Kanta Services and Kela will never ask you to enter any sensitive information, such as personal identity codes or online banking codes, via email, text message, or over the phone. Never send such information via email or text message, or enter it when using the chatbot at

What should you do if you are targeted by a phishing attempt?

If you end up on a suspicious website or receive a message by email or via a mobile device requesting you to log in, follow these steps:

  1. Do not reply to the message or enter your information in the required fields.
  2. Do not click on any links in the message.
  3. If you suspect that your online banking codes have fallen into the wrong hands, contact your bank’s customer service and then report the offence to the police.

Watch out for yourself and your loved ones

We can all take care of our loved ones by sharing information about online scams and by helping them to use MyKanta to ensure that they log in securely. However, please remember that everyone must use their own credentials and not share them with others.

Phishing attempts can target people of all ages, so we all need to be vigilant when managing affairs online.

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Last updated 14.6.2024