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Google Authenticator

Google Authenticator for your WordPress blog.

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40 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.8 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Install this immediately.
By , for WP 3.5

Works as advertised. Seems like quality work. Happy to use it.

5 stars
great!
By , for WP 3.4.2

I already had 2-factor auth on Google & Facebook and I'm relieved I can now also enable it on my precious little WordPress installation. Thanks for the great job!

5 stars
Works precisely as advertised. Thanks!
By , for WP 3.5

This is the wave of the future, in a world where a few pennies' worth of VM time can crack any old password table. Nice.

5 stars
what if the google authenticator app gets uninstalled by mistake ?
By , for WP 3.4.2

what if the google authenticator app gets uninstalled by mistake ?

after that the login will be affected .... any one having solution

5 stars
Great
By , for WP 3.4.2

It's the first time I ever review a plug in or program i was just surprised that i found this plug in, i was just thinking that there should be google authenticator plug in for wordpress and made a search on google and found this plug in it's just amazing and the best part is that it support WP MU
thank you and i hope you keep it up to date

5 stars
Must have plugin
By , for WP trunk

This plugin is excellent. It immediately gives you a massive increase in security and is much easier than other multifactor authentication plugins due to the use of Google Authenticator.

Highly recommended!

5 stars
Awesome!
By , for WP 3.4.2

Absolutely fantastic!

5 stars
Great plugin. Thank you.
By , for WP 3.4.2

Great idea and very cool. Works just as it should. Thanks.

1 star
INCOMPATIBLE IPHONE
By , for WP 3.4.2

code flash not chew with the iphone, it shows a link
It's a pity

FR :
le code flash ne macher pas avec l'iphone, il indique un lien
c'est dommage

5 stars
Simple, Effective, Easy To Setup
By , for WP 3.4.2

Quick and easy to install and get working.

The ONLY issue I had was having to go back and look at the plugin website so I could see how to use this. Going to user settings to enable this makes sense, but maybe it could be more obvious somehow.

Quick Suggestions:

- Set the default title of the key name to the blog title instead of "WordPress Blog". That would be a simple WP function call.

- Add a link to the admin plugin list that points to "user settings". Adding new links to the default list is fairly simple.

Overall a great plugin that does exactly what is needed. With 1-step password authentication being easily hacked these days, ALL sites should be using some form of 2-step verification like this.

Sad the banks still don't do this sort of thing. When I get a few I'm going to post on my blog at http://www.charlestonsw.com and encourage all my readers & plugin users to install this on their WordPress sites.

- LC

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