WP 2FA – Two-factor authentication for WordPress

Description

A free and easy-to-use two-factor authentication plugin for WordPress

Add an extra layer of security to your WordPress website login pages and protect your users. Enable two-factor authentication (2FA), the best protection against users using weak passwords, automated password guessing, and brute force attacks.

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Use the WP 2FA plugin to enable two-factor authentication for your WordPress administrator, and to enforce your website users, or users with a specific role to use 2FA. This plugin is very easy to use; everything can be configured via wizards with clear instructions, so even non technical users can setup 2FA without requiring technical assistance.

MAINTAINED & SUPPORTED BY MELAPRESS

Melapress develops high-quality WordPress management and security plugins such as Melapress Login Security, CAPTCHA 4WP, and WP Activity Log, the #1 user-rated activity log plugin for WordPress.

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WP 2FA key plugin features and capabilities

  • Free Two-factor authentication (2FA) for all users
  • Supports multiple 2FA methods
  • Universal 2FA app support – generate codes from Google Authenticator, Authy & any other 2FA app
  • Supports 2FA backup methods
  • Very easy to use and simple to set up
  • Use 2FA policies to enforce 2FA with a grace period or require users to instantly setup 2FA upon logging in
  • No WordPress dashboard access is required for users to set up 2FA
  • Fully editable email templates
  • Protection against automated password & dictionary attacks
  • Much more

Upgrade to WP 2FA Premium and get even more

The premium version of WP 2FA comes bundled with even more features to take your WordPress website login security to the next level.

With the premium edition of WP 2FA, you get more 2FA methods, 1-click integration with WooCommerce, trusted devices feature, and extensive white labeling capabilities.

Premium features list

  • Everything in the free version
  • Full white labeling capabilities
  • Trusted devices (no 2FA required)
  • Additionl 2FA methods (such as 2FA over SMS)
  • Require 2FA on password reset
  • One-click integration with WooCommerce
  • Much more

Refer to the WP 2FA plugin features and benefits page to learn more about the benefits of upgrading to WP 2FA Premium.

Free and premium support

Premium world-class support for WP 2FA is free via email or through the WordPress support forums.

Note: paid customer support is given priority and is provided via one-to-one email. Upgrade to Premium to benefit from priority support.

For any other queries, feedback, or if you simply want to get in touch with us, please use our contact form.

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You can find more detailed information about 2FA and its benefits in the links below

Installing WP 2FA

From within WordPress

  1. Navigate to ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘WP 2FA’
  3. Install & activate WP 2FA from your Plugins page

Manually

  1. Download the plugin from the WordPress plugins repository
  2. Unzip the zip file and upload the folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the WP 2FA plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Screenshots

  • The first-time install wizard allows you to setup 2FA on your website and for your user within seconds.
  • The wizards make setting up 2FA very easy, so even non technical users can setup 2FA without requiring help.
  • You can require users to enable 2FA and also give them a grace period to do so.
  • Users can also use one-time codes via email as a two-factor authentication method.
  • You can use policies to require users to instantly set up and use 2FA, so the next time they login they will be prompted with this.
  • You can give users a grace period until they configure 2FA. You can also specify what should the plugin do once the grace period is over.
  • It is recommended for all users to also generate backup codes, in case they cannot access the primary device.
  • In the user profile users only have a few 2FA options, so it is not confusing for them and everything is self explanatory.

Reviews

8 лютага, 2024 3 replies
Great plugin. But it must be added to documentation how to setup 2FA via user profile.And would be great to add something link inside plugin which lead to User Profile, so plugin menu will be:->2FA Policies->Settings->Setup 2FA on User Profile Pagebecause when I checked each possible setting in plugin and did not find how to setup - I decided it does not work at all!
1 лютага, 2024 1 reply
Wow this one did not work well at all. I turned on 2FA to be effective immediately. My site logged out and I couldn't get in because I didn't have a 2FA. It never popped up the QR code. It never gave backup codes. On the login page it gave directions to click a reset button, but no button was present. I had to actually do a site restore to get my site access back. Luckily I back up before deploying any new plugins. They really need to set this one up better.
17 студзеня, 2024
If 2FA can ever be decribed as painless, this is it, easy to set up, even my users can understand (with a bit of help) and the support response is great. I've tested this with Authy, Microsoft Authenticator and email. Recommended
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Contributors & Developers

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Changelog

2.6.3 (2024-02-15)

  • Improvements

    • Added new notices and a few “missing” strings to the POT (translation) file.
    • Improved and added sanitization to more user inputs in the plugin.

      • Bug fixes
      • Fixed: Added missing ‘ div’ HTML element in the front-end 2FA form.
      • Fixed: Updated the legacy Enterprise plan – added the missing feastures – the plan is now called Ent.

Refer to the complete plugin changelog for more detailed information about what was new, improved and fixed in previous version updates of WP 2FA.