Announcing the release of WP 2FA 2.4.1
Today we have released the latest version of WP 2FA, which includes a number of improvements and fixes to ensure an even smoother deployment and operation of WP 2FA.
WP 2FA 2.4.0: 2FA SMS via Twilio & one-click WooCommerce integration
We are proud to announce the latest release of WP 2FA, which features many substantial improvements and added features – making it an essential update for both premium and free plans.
WP 2FA Black Friday offer 2022
2FA has been helping countless people secure their online accounts. With the likes of Google, Microsoft, and agencies such as the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency rallying behind the technology, there is no denying that 2FA is one of the best ways to secure your online information.
The state of WordPress 2FA in 2022
We recently carried out a WordPress security survey to look at the state of WordPress security in 2022. We had a great response, which has allowed us to get a good view into how WordPress administrators and website owners view and action WordPress security.
What is 2FA? A beginner’s guide
If you’re thinking about adding 2FA (two-factor authentication) to your WordPress website, but you’re not quite sure what the fuss is all about, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will explain what 2FA is, how it works, and how to set it up – as plainly and simply as possible without the technical jargon.
WP 2FA 2.3.0: More white labelling options & better licensing
We are happy to announce the release of WP 2FA version 2.3.0. This latest release features some important updates across the board – making it an essential update that users will surely benefit from.
The benefits of using Authy 2FA service for WordPress 2FA
Authy is one of the most-used 2FA services around. It offers several authentication channels, multi-device support, and a host of other features – offering administrators and users lower entry barriers and increased flexibility among its many other benefits.
PCI DSS and Multi-Factor Authentication on WordPress websites
PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) is a standard aimed at helping organizations that handle credit cards keep their data secure. A number of card brands mandate that organizations that handle such data comply with the standard.
Boost WordPress password security with 2FA
The anatomy of a strong password can look pretty complex. The longer it is, the more secure it is. It cannot contain any actual words nor resemble anything one might find in a dictionary. On top of that, it should include a soup of upper and lower case letters, numbers, and special characters. Yet, even following all of this does not guarantee an impenetrable password. Finding a solution was critical. At this point, 2FA makes a dramatic entrance onto our stage.
The benefits of 2FA on WordPress
2FA is easy to implement and manage, with plugins like WP 2FA increasing the security of thousands of WordPress websites day in and day out.
What’s the difference between 2FA and MFA?
Both 2FA and MFA are authentication processes that use two or more factors for user authentication.
How Authenticator apps work
Authenticator apps are a crucial part of the 2-Factor Authentication ecosystem. Read the full article to learn more about how they work and how to set up one on your WordPress site in just minutes.
Top 5 authenticator apps to use with WP 2FA
This article will be looking at the 5 top apps available today that are fully compatible with WP 2FA. One thing worth noting here is that due to how WP 2FA works, any authentication app that supports the TOTP RFC 6238 specification should be compatible with WP 2FA.