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Rublon Two-Factor Authentication

Instant account security with effortless, email-based two-factor authentication; optional mobile app for more security; no tokens.

3.2.9

  • Removed deprecated method
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.8

  • Added compatibility with Peter's Login Redirect plugin
  • Fixed issue with missing method wp_destroy_current_session for WordPress version < 4.0
  • Added monochromatic Rublon icon

3.2.7

  • Improved error handling
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.6

  • Optimized temporary data cleaning
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.5

  • Fixed issues with coexistence with a membership plugin
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.4

  • Fixed disabling/enabling XML-RPC which caused problems with using WordPress mobile app
  • Rublon Badge updated
  • Plugin name changed to "Rublon Two-Factor Authentication"
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.3

  • Translations updated
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.2

  • Added ability to hide the upgrade message box
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.1

  • Added Japanese language support (translated by Digital Cube)
  • Fixed bug with opening popup during deleting posts permanently from the trash
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.2.0

  • Added link to Rublon Business API upgrade
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.1.1

  • Minor text changes
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.1.0

  • Introduction of Personal Edition
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.0.7

  • Further improvements of error handling
  • Improved CSS loading
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.0.6

  • Improved error handling
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.0.5

  • Improved compatibility with popular security plugin
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.0.4

  • Added new Rublon Badge beneath the login form on wp-login.php
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.0.3

  • Added possibility to disable Adam on the login page
  • Updated translations
  • Rublon core libraries update

3.0.2

  • Added compatibility with WordPress version 3.5.x

3.0.1

  • Fix for the version 3.0.0 (loop problem)

3.0.0

  • Core changes regarding Rublon Business Edition
  • Information about Business Edition added on the Rublon settings page
  • Adam talks about WordPress, Rublon and security beneath the login form on wp-login.php

2.1.20

  • Improved WordPress menubar handling on front-end

2.1.19

  • Improved WordPress menubar handling
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.18

  • Plugin name changed to "Rublon Account Security"
  • Improved compatibility with some popular caching plugins
  • A warning message about possibly missing PHP components added
  • The user is now asked to permit the plugin to send anonymous stats
  • The user may now subscribe to the Rublon Newsletter
  • Links to Rublon social media added on the plugin's settings page
  • Rublon Badge updated

2.1.17

  • Improved registration with the Rublon API
  • Real-Time Remote Logout now does not impair page load times (activated by default again)
  • Minimum PHP version lowered to 5.2.4

2.1.16

  • Improved compatibility with some front-end plugins
  • Improved compatibility with some PHP server configurations
  • Updated Turkish translation

2.1.15

  • Rublon API Terms of Service agreement necessary during installation
  • Turkish language support added (translated by Mehmet Emre Baş, proofread by Tarık Çayır)
  • Real-Time Remote Logout disabled by default
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.14

  • Increased timeout for requests to authentication servers

2.1.13

  • Plugin name changed for accuracy

2.1.12

  • Improved Trusted Device handling
  • Plugin developers: added custom filter for page redirection upon successful Rublon authentication (rublon_return_url)
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.11

  • Improved handling of sign-ins over SSL

2.1.10

  • Improved loading times
  • Core optimization

2.1.9

  • Improved error handling
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.8

  • Possibility to disable Real-Time Remote Logout, which caused some Firefox users to experience slower page load times

2.1.7

  • Additional security for the first authentication factor
  • Improved database garbage collecting
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.6

  • Improved compatibility with some third-party plugins
  • Improved positioning of Rublon Badge
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.5

  • Improved compatibility with some non-standard PHP server configurations

2.1.4

  • Logout remotely from WordPress by removing a trusted device
  • Improved memory management
  • Improved handling of WordPress AJAX requests
  • Improved positioning of Rublon Badge
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.3

  • Minor text improvements

2.1.2

  • Added compatibility with some cloud-based solutions
  • Additional handling for connection problems

2.1.1

  • Trusted Device Manager accessible from Dashboard and Rublon submenu
  • Improved compatibility with other plugins
  • Prevention of use on unsupported PHP versions
  • Minor text improvements

2.1.0

  • Multisite support added
  • Default Protection Level downgrade now needs to be confirmed via Rublon
  • Trusted Devices can be managed through the WordPress Administration Dashboard
  • Updated visuals for display on iOS Retina devices

2.0.1

  • Improved compatibility with PHP version 5.2.17 and higher
  • Minor text changes

2.0.0

  • Email-based two-step login for all users turned on by default (no mobile app required)
  • Changing your email address or password requires your confirmation (via email or mobile app)
  • Trusted devices now manageable via Rublon settings page
  • Administrators can enforce a default protection type (email or mobile app) for specific user roles
  • Automated plugin configuration — just activate the plugin to turn on the protection

1.3.0

  • Minor text changes

1.2.9

  • Added right-to-left text orientation support

1.2.8

  • Additional information about missing PHP libraries

1.2.7

1.2.6

1.2.5

  • Added compatibility for admin dashboards working over SSL (thanks to Robert Abela from http://www.wpwhitesecurity.com for reporting it)
  • Internal Rublon libraries updated

1.2.4

  • Visual components updated for compatibility with WordPress 3.8
  • Internal Rublon libraries updated

1.2.3

  • XML-RPC API disabled by default with the option to enable it back on the plugin's settings page
  • Rublon internal libraries updated

1.2.2

  • Rublon can now also serve as an additional factor for any other authentication method, e.g. social login through Facebook
  • Core Rublon libraries updated

1.2.1

  • German language support added
  • Improved compatibility with a few unusual server configuration types
  • Added compatibility with some maintenance mode plugins
  • Added compatibility with the Better WP Security plugin

1.2.0

  • Simplified setup process - protect your account right away after activating the plugin
  • An administrator needs to protect his account with Rublon before any other user will be able to do it
  • Rublon Seal shows up on sign-in page
  • Rublon now has an own section inside the main menu of the administration panel
  • If your account is protected, the Rublon icon shows up at the top right corner of any page in the administration panel
  • Users unfamiliar with Rublon are now being informed that they need the Rublon mobile app
  • Visual improvements

1.1.9

  • Rublon settings page moved from the "Settings" to "Plugins" section of the administration area
  • Rublon icon added to the Rublon settings page
  • Outdated versions of the plugin will not be able to activate the Rublon service anymore

1.1.8

  • Warning message about improper PHP version on PHP versions between 5.2.17 and 5.3.2 no longer displayed
  • Code updated to WordPress coding standards, thanks to Alex King from http://alexking.org

1.1.7

  • Fixed error when setting CAcert path in cURL in PHP 5.2.17
  • Confirmed compatibility with PHP version 5.2.17

1.1.6

  • Improved error handling
  • Minor text and translation changes

1.1.5

  • Improved error handling

1.1.4

  • User accounts protected by Rublon are marked with a Rublon icon on the user list in the Administration Panel
  • The process of securing a user's account with Rublon has been technically improved
  • Advanced error handling during plugin activation

1.1.3

  • Minor text and translation changes

1.1.2

  • Administrator's account is automatically protected by Rublon upon plugin activation
  • Administrators can now disable other users' two-factor authentication

1.1.1

  • Minor text and translation updates

1.1.0

  • Error handling and data verification in the admin settings

1.0.2

  • Rublon library update

1.0.1

  • Updated texts and translations

1.0.0

  • Rublon for WordPress: Automatic Two-Factor Authentication

Requires: 3.5.x or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Active Installs: 2,000+

Ratings

4.3 out of 5 stars

Support

1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.

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