Passwords have been the focus of brute force attacks recently. Passwordless login removes the need to enter or
remember passwords and allows users to log in using the second factor of authentication. This setup guide will take
you through the steps to enable the passwordless login feature for Drupal website.The Drupal Two Factor
2FA / Passwordless Login is available for Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Drupal 9 and Drupal 10.
The following checkboxes are enabled under Login Settings tab of the module:
Enable Two-Factor module
Invoke Inline Registration to setup 2nd factor for users
Setup Passwordless login
Register/Login with miniOrange.
Navigate to Login Settings tab.
Scroll down to the Passwordless Login section and Enable Password less login checkbox.
Click on the Save Settings button.
Open a new browser/private window and navigate to login page of Drupal site.
Enter your Drupal username and click on the Login with 2nd Factor button.
Complete the authentication and click on the Verify button
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Request 7-day trial button under Register/Login tab of the module or reach out to
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