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Adds an ExtraShield of protection and security to your WordPress by using your mobile phone to generate a one-time password for login.

In a nutshell, ExtraShield is a FREE mobile application, which generates a unique 6 digit number called the "Security Code". Every 50 seconds a new "Security Code" is generated on your mobile phone, this code will be used to log in to your wordpress account according to your "WordPress Login Mode" set in your profile page.

To use this cool feature, all you have to do is :

  • [1] Install the FREE ExtraShield mobile application. "Only available for Java enabled phones (Nokia, Samsung .. etc.), no iphone or android versions yet."

    Using your mobile phone, go to http://wap.extrashield.com and download the ExtraShield application to your phone, run the application and follow the on-screen instructions.

    Choose New, Then choose a 4 digits PIN code, which will be used to open the application on your mobile phone. Now, the application will communicate with the server and register a new ExtraShield Mobile ID for you, something like (XTSH27197262).

  • [2] Install This Plugin :) .

  • [3] Let the plugin know your new assigned ExtraShield Mobile ID.

    Remember the ExtraShield Mobile ID we got from step 1 ?! .. now go to your "Profile" page and add your new ExtraShield Mobile ID, choose your preferred "WordPress Login Mode" and Press "Update User".

    Voila! you are done .. Enjoy!

Remember, The ExtraShield system is currently in beta, so feedback is highly encouraged .. For questions, feedback, ideas or support please contact : support@extrashield.com

Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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