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Secure Login and Two-Factor Authentication solution for WordPress

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A robust solution for WordPress two-factor authentication and provides better account security for your WordPress users

WP admin can choose a preferred method from four available 2FA methods

WordPress Two Factor Authentication Plugin Description

The password is the standard security implementation in the computer world. However passwords can be guessed, hacked, or intercepted. To combat these weaknesses you should install a two-factor authentication solution, which isn’t vulnerable to brute-force attacks

Securing Users Accounts

Unlike passwords, two-factor authentication (2FA) is a two-step process that asks for an additional unique identification such as sending a one time passcode to your a mobile phone, sending a one time passcode to your email account or by using an external service such as Google Authenticator

The Secure WordPress Login plugin from CreativeMinds offers a robust solution for two-factor authentication. It lets the WordPress administrator choose a method from the four available to secure the WordPress site login

The WordPress Two-Factor Authentication plugin also lets the WordPress administrator define which user roles require two-factor login. The admin can of course apply our enhanced security check for all users

The WordPress login screen which includes an additional step for email verification
The WordPress login screen which includes an additional step for email verification

The two-factor authentication (2FA) plugin from CreativeMinds can employ the following methods:

  • Two Factor Authentication using Google Authenticator
  • Two Factor Authentication using a Mobile phone by sending an SMS
  • Two Factor Authentication using a verification link which is sent to the user’s email
  • Two Factor Authentication using a one time code which is sent to the user’s email

Using the User Login and User Registration Plugin

  • Improve WordPress site security – Add an additional unique level of security to each user account, helping to block hackers, bots, malicious users and other unwanted intruders
  • Define which accounts need enhanced security – Admin can define which account type needs extra access security
  • Define 2FA Expiration time – Admin can define how long each verification option is valid until the user needs to generate a new one
  • Define time to logout – Admin can define how long each users can use their recent login, in case they are not active for a defined amount of time

WordPress Two-Factor Authentication Plugin Localization

Localization Support

All frontend labels easily be changed to any language so the user interface will speak your language.
Plugin Labels Settings
Plugin Labels Settings

WordPress Two-Factor Authentication Plugin Additional Resources

WordPress Two Factor Authentication and Secure Login Premium Features

  • Supports Google Authenticator – Supports site login using GA mobile app. Meaning that when a user tries to login they will need to enter a unique code generated in their GA app, Google Authenticator uses Time based One Time Passwords (TOTP) and HMAC based One Time Passwords (HOTP) to Protect your Website
  • Supports Mobile Phone SMS – Supports site login using Amazon SMS service (AWS SNS). This means that a text message will be sent to the user with a one time code which they need to enter in order to login
  • Supports Email verification – Supports site login using an email verification. An email message containing a unique link will be sent to the user. When the user clicks on the link they will be able to login
  • Supports Email code – Supports site login using an code sent to the user’s email. An email message containing a unique code will be sent to the user. When the user enters the code to the login screen they will be able to login
  • Customize notifications – All notifications including SMS and email templates can be easily customized
  • Control access by role – Define which user roles needs enhanced 2FA. Require an extra layer of security for users who are prone to using weak passwords or common passwords
  • Control access for each specific user profile – Supports security level by user account and reset the security method
  • Define authentication code duration – Define the duration of each code sent to the user. After expiration user will need to generate a new code
  • Override password – Admin can decide to completely remove the password requirement from user login
  • Shortcode supports – Supports external login forms using a shortcode

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Version 1.2.0 8th Aug 2017

  • Added option to send the notification email with the email/SMS code or the confirmation link to an additional email address for chosen roles

Version 1.1.4 8th Aug 2017

  • Fixed bug with multiple AJAX calls

Version 1.1.3 11th July 2017

  • Added option to send the Google Authenticator secret reminder email to a user

Version 1.1.2 11th July 2017

  • Added a back link on the login confirmation screen after confirmed by the email link
  • Added option to send the notification email only to roles that have to use the protection

Version 1.1.1 10th July 2017

  • Added feature to notify all users about the protection by sending the email
  • Added instructions text that can be displayed on the login form
  • Minor adjustments

Plugin First Release 18th June 2017