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Scan-to-Login

A simple plugin enabling you to log into WordPress by scanning a QR Code with your mobile device.

Where can I get support?

Please send all questions to scantologin@zapper.com

Where can I find documentation?

The documentation can be found at Scan-to-Login

Where can I report a bug?

Report bugs to scantologin@zapper.com

How do I register for Zapper Scan-to-Login services?

Please login to Zapper and you can register your website details and find further documentation on how to setup Scan-to-Login for your website.

What is multi-factor authentication and how does it work?

It may sound complicated, but it is pretty easy to explain. Authentication is a way of verifying that you are entitled to access the information you want to access. There are three broad ways to authenticate a user. These are: Something the user knows (e.g.: a username and password). This is the most popular online. Something a user has: (e.g.: a security token, mobile phone or key fob) Something the user is: (e.g.: a fingerprint, a retina pattern, their face)

2-Factor Authentication occurs when a user has to use 2 of the three methods above to gain access. 3-Factor Authentication is when a user has to use all 3 of the methods above to be authenticated. Multi-factor Authentication occurs when a user is using the same method but multiple times (eg: using two passwords, using both a fingerprint and retina pattern and so on)

How does Zapper security work.

A unique encryption key is generated when the code is created using the JavaScript library. This is encoded in the QR code, once scanned, the device receives the key and encrypts the data that the user has filled in. This encrypted data gets sent to the ZapperTech web service without the encryption key, and it is stored on the server encrypted. This way, ZapperTech will never know what information has been submitted by the user. The JavaScript plugin checks for the submitted data on the ZapperTech server and when it finds it, decrypts the data and returns it to the callback method. So the only places that know the unencrypted data are the merchant and the device.

Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-4-23
Downloads: 2,682

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