Prevent unauthorized access to your WordPress site with Toopher’s
innovative location-based two-factor authentication solution.
First, the bad news: your password is probably lousy. Passwords that are easy to remember are insecure almost by definition, and passwords that are hard to remember end up getting written down or forgotten. Security-conscious administrators have known for decades that one of the best ways to address the problem is Multi-Factor Authentication, but most websites today still rely solely on passwords for a simple reason: Typical Multi-Factor Authentication is expensive, and your users will hate you for making them use it.
At Toopher, Inc., we want to fix this by building the most secure and usable Multi-Factor authentication solution available, and making it available at the Internet’s favorite price-point: FREE.
Just install the plugin, register for API credentials at the Toopher Developer’s Portal, and you’ll be ready to add Two-Factor authentication for up to ten users.
- Register for your free “Requester Credentials” at the Toopher Developer Portal
- From the WordPress dashboard, install and activate the Toopher Plugin
- In the “Toopher Authentication” settings menu [Settings -> Toopher Authentication], enter your assigned Toopher API Key and Secret from the first step. The default Toopher API URL is https://api.toopher.com/v1
That’s it! Your users can now individually enable Toopher protection on their account on their user profile page.
Contributors & Developers
“Toopher Two-Factor Security” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
Interested in development?
- Fix https://wordpress.org/support/topic/cannot-activate-22
- replace use of mt_rand() with openssl_random_pseudo_bytes()
- Add pairing reset widget
- Update Pairing and Authentication UI elements
- Fix issue that prevented new users from being added
- Fix issue updating some user settings
- Fix issue when admin updates other user’s settings
- Fix issue with XMLRPC authentication routine polling indefinitely in some cases.
- Fix issue with Toopher user-specific options defaulting to incorrect values
- Add uninstall routine
- Add link to settings page on plugin list
- Fix terminal naming issue
- Initial release