I started to review the plugins code to see if I could propose a fix for the one time passwords not working correctly. As I got to the code that checked the one time password I found that there is a check for the plugin being active for the user. I remember seeing this option when I installed and configured it for my account but did not realize I left it unchecked. After activing this option the dialog no longer accepts an incorrect one time password by my testing.
I can confirm the any one time code will work.
I've been using this app on multiple sites for well over a year without any problems at all. It's easy to set up and has worked flawlessly for me every time.
If there was one concern. It's not been updated for about two years. That doesn't have to be a bad thing but it would be nice to know that the Dev is keeping an eye on things.
All that said, it's still my preference for 2 factor authentication. It's a great security plugin for your login.
The plugin was really easy to install and setup. It took me less then a minute to add this important extra security layer to my websites. The only downside at first seemed that in Google Authenticator the website is described as 'WordPressBlog'. Afterwards I discovered that the plugin also has a setting for adding a more meaningful name. Great work!
Plays nice with WordPress 4.3.1, easy to set up, adds an important layer of security to your blog. Highly recommended.
Good one, thanks. I tried random numbers and it didn't let me in.
Instalei no meu blog e funcionou perfeitamente. Recomendo a todos.
It's working great for me! Plus it was really easy to integrate with my own custom log in forms from Restrict Content Pro. Win win.
It seems that the app still works with random number.
Nice plugin, add a excellent security layer
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