You can set up the SAASPASS password manager for thousands of websites and services, including WordPress to autofill and autologin to them from both your computer & mobile phone. It is a great way of dealing with all the complexities of the web. In addition, you can add the Authenticator format of multi-factor authentication quite easily as well from within your password manager. In fact, we can also autofill & autologin both your password credentials and the Authenticator codes as well!!
The SAASPASS for WordPress password manager is free for personal use and can be used on multiple devices as well.
SAASPASS password manager can be supported on multiple devices including tablets like the iPad. You can have all your password managers 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 establishing Recovery 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 password manager from within the password manager 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 can delete your personal services and data including your password manager(s) by going to the Erase My Data section under SETTINGS in your SAASPASS app.
The SAASPASS enterprise password manager can be used in the corporate environment. It is available on a freemium basis (pricing listed here). In addition to providing enterprise-grade password management, SAASPASS allows corporations to secure access to websites, services and accounts with multi-factor authentication. The enterprise password manager also comes with a number of convenient features that include sharing access to teams (or 3rd parties even) without ever sharing passwords. This even includes websites and services that the Authenticator (TOTP) has been added to in addition to the username/password.
Two-factor authentication for enterprises is available in a number of formats including the SAASPASS mobile app, hard tokens and USB tokens that support the HOTP and TOTP standards, and FIDO U2F tokens that also include Yubico's YubiKey.
For your computer download one of our browser extensions
Now you can login through yourSAASPASS web SSO portalwhich is at the top right corner of the SAASPASS website
You can add the authenticator security to your password manager on sites that support it.
The SAASPASS password manager comes with the ability to add the WordPress Authenticator (2FA & MFA) format and the ability to autofill & autologin on both the desktop and the SAASPASS mobile app. Adding WordPress two-step verification to your password manager is highly recommended as a way of preventing replay attacks. The SAASPASS WordPress Authenticator is far superior to the WordPress Google Authenticator format and can even be used for seamless logging in without any manual and cumbersome typing in of both username/passwords and the one-time password generated. Let SAASPASS Authenticator autofill and autologin you with a seamless experience. In enterprises mode, companies can even share access of WordPress and other applications that have username/passwords AND the Authenticator turned on as well from the Sharing Center.
Just press the "OPEN IN APP" button and SAASPASS will automatically fill out your username, password and Authenticator code.
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.
The SAASPASS WordPress Password Manager (free for personal use and also comes with enterprise support) mobile iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch app is available for free from the Apple App Store.
The SAASPASS WordPress Password Manager (free for personal use and also comes with enterprise support) mobile Android, Android tablet & Android Wear app is available for free from the Google Play Store.