TrustAuth is an excellent way to keep your blog secure. TrustAuth uses the same technology as SSL to authenticate users to a website instead of using passwords. This plugin allows you to use TrustAuth to login to your blog.
Note: The TrustAuth browser plugin is required to use TrustAuth. You can find a link to that here on the project homepage. Your browser may not be supported yet.
Is there a TrustAuth plugin for <insert browser>?
Currently the only browser that is support is Firefox but soon there will be plugins for Chrome and other browsers.
I’m having trouble with the WordPress plugin. Where can I go for support?
You can view the support page for the TrustAuth plugin on wordpress.org or view the issues page on github.
I’m having trouble with the browser plugin. Where can I go for support?
You can view the support page for the TrustAuth Firefox plugin on github.
- Fixed problem where a user could reset their password but still not be able to login if they didn’t have their TrustAuth key and had disabled password logins. Now when you reset your password, password logins are automatically re-enabled.
- Administrators can now modify other users’ TrustAuth settings. They can do everything except assign new keys.
- Users can now remove their TrustAuth key.
- Added deletion of assigned TrustAuth keys when deleting a user account.
- Added option to disable password logins.
- Updated libtrustauth.php to support two other methods for generating random numbers. The plugin should now supports versions of PHP older than 5.3.0 that do not have openssl_random_pseudo_bytes().
- Ok final bug fix. libtrustauth.php still had the old SITE_DOMAIN constant.
- Fixed new bug with the domain name. Now parses from the option ‘home’.
- Fixed bug with the domain name and updated libtrustauth.php. Now parses the domain name from WP_HOME.
- Initial version of the plugin.