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Two-Factor Authentication – Clockwork SMS

Description

Controls access to your WordPress administration panel by sending a code to your mobile phone when you try and login. Configurable for different user groups with a variety of options.

You need a Clockwork SMS account and some Clockwork credit to use this plugin.

Requires

Screenshots

  • Not allowing access if you have entered an incorrect code

  • Not allowing access if you haven't set a mobile number

  • Settings for Clockwork two-factor authentication

  • Prompting for a password on login to the Administration panel

FAQ

What is a Clockwork API key?

To send SMS you will need to sign up for a Clockwork SMS account
and purchase some SMS credit. When you sign up you’ll be given an API key.

Can I send to multiple mobile numbers?

Yes, separate each mobile number with a comma.

What format should the mobile number be in?

All mobile numbers should be entered in international format without a
leading + symbol or international dialling prefix.

For example a UK number should be entered 447123456789, and a Republic
of Ireland number would be entered 353870123456.

How do I disable the plugin?

You can always override the plugin settings by setting CLOCKWORK_TWOFACTOR to false in your wp-config.php file.

Changelog

1.0.3

  • Small coding stardards fix
  • Tested with WordPress 4
  • Clarify License (MIT)

1.0.2

  • Fix form styling for WordPress 3.9

1.0.1

  • WordPress 3.8 compatibility.

1.0.0

  • Initial release.

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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