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Google Authenticator

Google Authenticator for your WordPress blog.

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63 reviews
Average Rating
4.6 out of 5 stars
Good plugin
By , for WP 3.7.1

Simple installation, works as described

Uses deprecated functions
By , for WP 3.6.1

Tried this plugin on a 3.6.1 (fairly) clean install with WP_DEBUG set TRUE. Once enabled, this plugin throws PHP Notices and WP Deprecated mentions on the login screen. This plugin is not stable and not ready for use in my opinion.

Awesome and easy to use plugin, just what I was looking for
By , for WP 3.6

Plugin works great. Nice thing you did integrating Google Authenticator with the WordPress :)
Works as its described, nothing more, nothing less.

There's one suggestion though, in case of lost phone or accidental deletion of account on authenticator, I think we can simply try to integrate your another plugin to the rescue, Perfect Paper Passwords, so that user will have at least some fail safe when such scenario happens. On the login page we can add lost phone option as well on clicking which it will allow usage of Perfect Paper Passwords.

Just works!
By , for WP 3.6

Love how simple the installation of this plugin was, thanks Henrik!

nice plugin
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working like a charme, since f. hoster cant get his clocks working correct...

Solid Plugin
By , for WP 3.5.2

Excellent feature set. Good UX.

Well done!
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I'm a huge fan of multi-factor authentication and it's exciting to see someone in the WordPress community bring this important security function to WordPress. Combine this plugin with the "Limit Login Attempts" plugin and you're well on your way to running a much more secure WordPress installation.

Does what it says, but does it well
By , for WP 3.5.1

The plug-in adds a simple (but important) feature, but does this very well.

Settings are per-user so a higher level of security is not imposed on users who really don't need it (non-admins etc).

There are no unnecessary pages, links or adds added. The settings are neatly tucked in the user's profile, and don't look out of place.

My only suggestion would be to add a link to the plugin's section on the profile page from the plugins page (next to 'deactivate' and 'edit'). Just for ease of finding the settings (I'm use to plugins adding pages under the settings / plugins / tools tab that I instinctively look their first :) )

Great plug-in! Thank you Henrik!

Everyone should have this plugin
By , for WP 3.5.1

Plugin is setup in a couple of seconds and works as advertised.

Every WordPress blog or website owner should have this plugin!

Great - Needs the ability to require all users to use it
By , for WP 3.5.1

Really easy to handle, but it would be nice to have a mechanism to only allow logins if they use 2nd factor!

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