2FAS Light – Google Authenticator Wordpress Plugin - Rating, Reviews, Demo & Download

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Plugin Description

Secure your WordPress Administration area with 2FAS Light plugin.

Every time you log in to a WP-admin panel, 2FAS Light plugin checks if the device has already been trusted. In case the device has not been trusted, the user will be asked for a security code generated by Google Authenticator mobile app.

2FAS plugin also works with other mobile applications that generate tokens, such as: Microsoft Authenticator, Authy, Free OTP, 2STP, OTP Auth.

Get instant protection against:

Brute-force attacks

When undergoing a brute-force attack, your password can be discovered by the attacker. This is the only vulnerability you will experience with 2FAS Light. 2FAS’s Light intelligent security feature provides a finite amount of time in which the attacker access the correct token. After the access period has ended, the attacker is locked out for security reasons.

WordPress takeovers

Many people use the same password or a similar password for many online services. Repeatedly used passwords remain are vulnerable in cyberspace. Using the 2FAS Light plugin on your WordPress site makes access without a 2FAS Light registered device very difficult.

Phishing and keylogger attacks

If you’re not completely sure that the devices used by you or your subusers are completely free of keyloggers and viruses, then using 2FAS Light to protect your WordPress site from security breaches is a great solution!

Any password discovery attempt is useless with 2FAS Light. Without the token generated by your 2FAS Light, conventional access to your WordPress site is almost impossible.


For more information check out our website at http://2fas.com

If you need our support please contact us at support@2fas.com


  1. 2fas-light screenshot 1

    The first step of the log in process – providing the login and the password.

  2. 2fas-light screenshot 2

    The second step of the log in process – providing the token on an untrusted device.

  3. 2fas-light screenshot 3

    Configuring the Two Factor Authentication in the 2FAS Light plugin.

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