The Kaje Picture Password™ service serves as a proof of knowledge replacement for typed passwords. Picture passwords are superior in every way to typed passwords. Anytime you ask your users to type in a password, consider giving them the option to mouse-in or touch-in their password instead. With only THREE actions, you get the strength of EIGHT typed alphanumeric-symbol characters.
- Users login via Kaje using their existing usernames. No need to create secondary accounts.
- You can administer your users’ Kaje accounts directly from the default USERS screen in the WordPress Dashboard.
- The status of the Kaje service is automatically checked before offering Kaje as a login option to users.
- Detailed instructions are included directly on the plugin’s SETTINGS screen to guide you through the simple setup process.
For more information, check out PicturePassword.info.
- Install Kaje either via the WordPress.org plugin directory, or by uploading the files to your server
- From your WordPress Dashboard, navigate to SETTINGS -> KAJE PICTURE PASSWORD
- There will be detailed instructions on that page to guide you along the process
Can I implement Kaje on a site that does NOT use SSL (https)?
No. For security, Kaje requires that your website be SSL enabled.
Is the use of the Kaje Picture Password service free?
The Kaje Picture Password service is free for the first 10,000 successful proofs of knowledge.
Do I need to sign up for anything in order to implement Kaje on my site?
You will need to create a Requesting Party Admin account. Signing up is free and only requires a valid email address. Instructions regarding sign up are included on the plugin’s SETTINGS page.
Will the Kaje plugin work with other login plugins?
The Kaje plugin was designed to work with the default WordPress login screen, normally located here YourWebSite.com/wp-login.php.
Where can I find additional information about Kaje Picture Password?
On our website at http://picturepassword.info/
Contributors & Developers
“Kaje Picture Password” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
Interested in development?
- Initial release
- Added CA Certs from mozilla.org. The certs are not always included with CURL and can cause SSL failures.
- CURL failures are now handled more gracefully.
- Kaje admin footer no longer displaying on all admin pages. Only on the Kaje settings page now.
- Tested plugin with WordPress 3.9.