Happy Birthday, Keyy!

One year ago, our superhero 2-factor authentication plugin and app were born. Keyy allows you to login without the faff of usernames and passwords. Just open the Keyy app on your mobile, point it at your screen and viola! You’re in. Plus, because it uses RSA...

GDPR compliance with UpdraftPlus: encrypting the databases in your WordPress backups if they contain user data

GDPR is an important new data regulation coming into force soon across the whole of the EU. We’re working on fully complying ourselves with our own customer data, and have launched a Data and Privacy Centre here:...

Big Black Friday Sale!

It’s that time of year that makes bargain hunters everywhere full of thanksgiving: Black Friday. Dubbed the biggest shopping day of the year, we at Updraftplus are offering our customers some fantastic deals. It’s not very often that plugins are reduced, but for one...

Keyy is now officially WPML compatible

We are glad to announce that Keyy has just been added to the official WPML directory of multilingual-ready plugins. WPML is one of the most used plugins for managing multilingual WordPress websites. A plugin or theme that’s WPML compatible means that it’s easily...

The new Keyy login cryptograph

We are glad to announce that our recently launched Keyy plugin comes now with a new login cryptograph. If you have installed Keyy on your website, you are already familiar with the orange waving barcode and the link “switch to a QR code”. And for those who didn’t know...

Keyy Two Factor Plugin surges past 1000 users

We’re pleased to announce our recently launched plugin, Keyy, has just passed the 1000 user milestone. Keyy was inspired by the now deprecated Clef and makes logging into WordPress sites with a smartphone simple and secure.  Only someone with your phone and...

Keyy – now supports non-default permalinks

A new release of Keyy, our WordPress login plugin, is out. This adds support for WordPress sites with non-default permalink setups, a configuration that was not ready for our initial release: but now is! Users will also want to make sure that they have updated their...