Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is easy to integrate with WordPress.com by using the SAASPASS Authenticator (works with google services like gmail and dropbox etc.) and it's Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) capabilities. The SAASPASS Authenticator supports the time-based one-time password (TOTP) standards.Download the SAASPASS app and setup the SAASPASS Authenticator.
You can find additional information on activatingSAASPASS Authenticator into WordPress.com on this page.
1) Set up Password Manager (Single Sign-On) on your mobile device
2) For your computer download one of our browser extensions
3) Now you can login through your SAASPASS web SSO portal which is at the top right corner of the SAASPASS website
3) You can also set up the Single Sign-On client for quick and easy access.
Single Sign-on clients:
Just press the "OPEN IN APP" button and SAASPASS will automatically fill out your username, password and Authenticator code.
The SAASPASS app comes with a mobile password generator that you can customize. You can also use the desktop password generator which is also customizable. You can configure a random password by choosing the password length and whether it has:
SAASPASSAuthenticator can be supported on multiple devices including tablets like the iPad. You can have all your Authenticators on two or more devices. You can also control your multiple devices with device management. The ability to do a remote wipe is very handy especially if you have it on more than two devices. You can remotely remove your SAASPASS from a discarded or even (heaven forbid) a stolen device. Access to your SAASPASS is always protected by biometrics like Touch ID or your customizable PIN.
If you have SAASPASS on multiple devices, your details will be automatically synced across them to eliminate the pain of multiple entries on all your devices.
You can create backups through establishingRecovery and later on restore your SAASPASS. This comes in quite handy especially if you change or lose devices. It eliminates the pain of keeping notes and backup codes and then reestablishing them.
You can change the display name of your Authenticator from within the Authenticator details.
You can alter the order of all your Authenticator(s) and the even all the sections by clicking on the edit icon in the top left corner of your SAASPASS app.
You candelete your personal services and data including your Authenticator(s) by going to the Erase My Data section under SETTINGS in your SAASPASS app.
When you press the "OPEN IN BROWSER" button it automatically launches the site in your external mobile browser, and it will copy your authenticator code to the clipboard if you have it saved on your app. All you have to do is paste your authenticator code when prompted. No need to type the web address (url) in the browser as well.
On iOS devices go to "Settings", then pick "Safari", then pick "AutoFill", then turn on "Names and Passwords".
On Android devices go to your Chrome Browser, then press the top right tab, then choose "Settings", and then pick "Autofill forms", and turn it on.
The key differences between Google Authenticator and SAASPASS Authenticator:
The SAASPASS WordPress.com Google Authenticator two-step verification and time-based one time password (TOTP) iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch app is available for free from the Apple App Store.
The SAASPASS WordPress.com Google Authenticator two-step verification (2 step verification) & time-based one-time password (TOTP) mobile Android, Android tablet & Android Wear app is available for free from the Google Play Store.