Matoma Two-Factor Authentication extends the login process by a 2nd factor to achieve increased security.
After the user name and password are requested, a random 8-digit code is generated and sent depending on the selected method.
The user receives his one-time password either via e-mail or SMS (ClickSend.com account required).
This section describes how to install and run the plugin.
- Find the plugin in your WordPress Admin Panel. “Plugins” -> “install”
- activate the plugin via the menu “Plugins” in WordPress
- enter your ClickSend.com API credentials under “Settings” -> “Matoma 2FA
- set the message for the passkey in “Settings” -> “Matoma 2FA Maximum 120 characters (wildcard is replaced by values)
Where do I get my ClickSend.com API login information?
Go to ClickSend.com dashboard and copy the user name and API key.
Can I use Authenticator apps such as “Google Authenticator”?
Not at present.
It is planned to implement these functions in a future version.
Which 2-factor authentication methods can be used?
SMS (ClickSend.com account required)
Why passkey can not be send?
Check if you set the Passkey Message in “Settings” -> “Matoma 2FA”.
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Basic Plugin structure
Hook into WP-login Process
Send 2FA-passkey (E-Mail, ClickSend.com)
API connect to ClickSend.com