In the last few days I’ve released a huge update of Two Factor Auth for Wordpress.
As I write this I managed to release an update so the current version now is 4.0.1.
This is what’s changed:
- All keys and panic codes are now encrypted in the database, as they should be.
- Panic codes are now based on your key.
- Users find their settings in root level of the admin menu.
- Only user roles with TFA activated see the admin menu item.
- Nicer/cleaner UI for users.
- Upgrade script for older installations. Must be executed by admin right after plugin update. Manually.
- Refactored all code and made it class based.
- Made the button on the login page blue so it’s more clear that it’s a button.
As you can see there’s a lot of security fixes and everyone who updates from an older version needs to initialize some db changes as well (encrypting everything).
The new button is more visible.
Anything I missed in this update? Download and let me know what you think!
Read more about Two Factor Auth for Wordpress in my first post >>