DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication (2FA) – OTP over Email
DotNetNuke (DNN) Two Factor Authentication
provides the ability to add the second layer of authentication on the top of
DotNetNuke default login page.The OTP over Email method enables you to
authenticate using the one-time password (OTP) that is sent to the registered
email address. When you try to authenticate, an email is sent to the
registered email address with the OTP. You can use this OTP for authentication
within a short time frame. Our DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication stands
effective against cyber attacks, is also user-friendly. Our DotNetNuke (DNN)
Two Factor Authentication Module provides the 8+ authentication methods
including Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, OTP over SMS, OTP
over Email, Duo Push Notification and many more.
1. Download & Installation
Download the DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication (2FA) module from here - [
Now go to Settings >> Extensions >> Install extensions for installing
the miniOrange DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication module.
Add this module on the page. You can add this module to any page.
Navigate to the module settings.
Find the miniOrange Two Factor Authentication Settings module where
you can find the all two factor methods and 2FA settings.
NOTE: If you want to use OTP over SMS or OTP over Email as a two
factor method then you need to
with miniOrange otherwise no need to create an account.
NOTE: If you want to use Google Authenticator, Microsoft
Authenticator and Security Question, in that case no need to create an
2. Configure OTP over Email
Select OTP over Email as a two factor authentication method.
Try to login using that user, after username and password authentication,
the miniOrange two factor module enforce the user to configure the DNN 2FA
The user’s email is automatically picked by the DNN 2FA module, if you want
to change the email ID, then you can.
After clicking on the Send OTP button the user will receive One Time
Passcode on the entered email address number.
3. Send OTP over Email
Enter the received OTP in the below textbox, after validating the OTP the
user gets one more OTP for testing the method and after verifying the OTP
the user will login into the site.
Afterwards whenever the user tries to login, the user has to verify the
two-factor authentication after validating the username and password.
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and we'll help you set up DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication (2FA), for
quick guidance (via email/meeting) on your requirement and our team will
help you to select the best suitable solution/plan as per your requirement.
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