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[Resolved] Front end functionality

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  • Plugin Author oskarhane

    @oskarhane

    Hi,

    I’m not sure what you mean by “as a front end plugin”.
    Just move the admin menu item “Two Factor Auth” higher?

    So the ability to be set by users on the actual wordpress website. Woocommerce has custom pages/shortcodes for account login, registration, etc, so it’ll be good to allow users to set two factor auth there aswell.

    EDIT: I can completely bypass the two factor authentication by logging in through the Woocommerce login page and then to the WordPress admin/backend.

    Plugin Author oskarhane

    @oskarhane

    I’ll look into adding a short code or page for that.

    Regarding the bypass when using any other forms than the original, it’s because they have different field names in the form. I’ve fixed that in a release coming soon.

    However, this will break the WooCommerce login form and nobody is going to be able to login.
    As a solution to this, I will release another plugin that depends on Two Factor Auth and will add the One Time Code field to WooCommerce’s login form.

    Plugin Author oskarhane

    @oskarhane

    Hi again,

    WooCommerce login form are now compatible with this add-on plugin for Two Factor Auth.
    http://wordpress.org/plugins/two-factor-auth-for-woocommerce/

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