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.
Today we are proud to announce the latest release of WP 2FA. This version introduces a number of new 2FA methods as well as several improvements and bug fixes. Find out more!
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.
Two-factor authentication is simple as it is brilliant. Instead of just using a username and a password, you need to authenticate via a second factor.