Google Authenticator for your WordPress blog.
Apparently the iPhone app won't accept a barcode containing space characters in the description, removing space characters in the description should fix the problem.
Yes, you can enable the App password feature to make that possible, but notice that the XMLRPC interface isn't protected by two-factor authentication, only a long password.
No, you'll have to delete the existing account from the Google Authenticator app on your smartphone before you scan the new QR code, that is unless you change the description as well.
The Google Authenticator verification codes are time based, so it's crucial that the clock in your phone is accurate and in sync with the clock on the server where your WordPress installation is hosted.
If you have an Android phone, you can use an app like ClockSync to set your clock in case your Cell provider doesn't provide accurate time information
Another option is to enable "relaxed mode" in the settings for the plugin, this will enable more valid codes by allowing up to a 4 min. timedrift in each direction.
Yes, each user has his own Google Authenticator settings.
If you have SSH or FTP access to your webhosting account, you can manually delete the plugin from your WordPress installation,
just delete the wp-content/plugins/google-authenticator directory, and you'll be able to login using username/password again.
Yes, there is a Chrome browser extension you can use : http://4bits.dk/Uwg09z
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-1-5
2 of 7 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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