Simple secure login and user management for WordPress through your Google Apps domain (uses secure OAuth2, and MFA if enabled)
Google Apps Login allows existing WordPress user accounts to login to your website using Google to securely authenticate their account. This means that if they are already logged into Gmail for example, they can simply click their way through the WordPress login screen - no username or password is explicitly required!
Google Apps Login uses the latest secure OAuth2 authentication recommended by Google, including 2-factor Auth if enabled for your Google Apps accounts.
Plugin setup requires you to have admin access to any Google Apps domain, or a regular Gmail account, to register and obtain two simple codes from Google.
Full support and premium features are also available for purchase:
Eliminate the need for Google Apps domain admins to separately manage WordPress user accounts, and get piece of mind that only authorized employees have access to the organizations's websites and intranet.
Google Apps Login allows you to centralize your site's Google functionality and build your own extensions, or use third-party extensions, which require no configuration themselves and share the same user authentication and permissions that users already allowed for Google Apps Login itself.
Using our platform, your website appears to Google accounts as one unified 'web application', making it more secure and easier to manage.
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Google Apps Login works on single or multisite WordPress websites or private intranets.
One-click login will work for the following domains and user accounts:
Google Apps Login uses the latest secure OAuth2 authentication recommended by Google. Other 3rd party authentication plugins may allow you to use your Google username and password to login, but they do not do this securely unless they also use OAuth2. This is discussed further in the FAQ.
This plugin currently operates in the following languages:
We are looking for volunteers to translate into their own language. If you would like to contribute a translation, please use the template POT file in the 'lang' folder, then email PO and MO files to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ask if you need instructions on how to produce those files.
Please see our website http://wp-glogin.com/ for more information about this free plugin
and extra features available in our Premium upgrade, plus support details, other plugins, and useful guides for admins of
WordPress sites and Google Apps.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-13
3 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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