Two-Factor Authentication WordPress Plugin | Screenshots

Screenshots

The user is asked for their one-time password, after successfully entering their username and password on the WP login form:

User being asked to enter their one-time code (after successfully entering their username/password)

This is what the user sees if they enter their pass-code wrongly:

What the user sees if they enter their one-time code incorrectly

The user is asked for their one-time password, after successfully entering their username and password on the WooCommerce login form:

The user being asked to enter their one-time login code on a WooCommerce login form

This is what the user sees if they enter their pass-code wrongly:

What the user sees if they enter their two-factor code wrongly on a WooCommerce login form

This screen is of the user editing their two-factor settings in the WP dashboard:

User settings (in the WP admin area)

The user’s settings can also be made available to edit on the front-end, via a shortcode:

User settings (in the front-end)

Site-wide settings for the plugin:

Site-wide settings

Setting policy to require TFA:

Requiring TFA

Emergency codes:

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Adjusting other users’ TFA codes as an administrator:

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Designing your own page for users, using shortcodes:

Designing your own page for users, using shortcodes

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