Two Factor Authentication - TFA adds a layer of security on top of basic Drupal authentication. This increase site's
security from unwanted hacks and unauthorized login attempts. By following this document you can configure Google
Authenticator as a Two Factor Authentication - MFA method for Drupal account.
The Drupal Two Factor Authentication -
2FA / Passwordless Login is available for Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Drupal 9 and Drupal 10.
Once the module is installed navigate to the Configuration section in the admin console of
Drupal site and click on miniOrange Second Factor under people section.
Register/Login with your miniOrange account.
Navigate to the Setup Two Factor tab and scroll down to the TOTP based 2FA methods
Click on the Configure button next to Google Authenticator.
Open the Google Authenticator app and scan the QR code displayed.
Under the Enter Passcode generated by the app enter the code generated in your Google
Authenticator and click on the Verify button.
You have successfully configured Google Authenticator as a 2FA method.
Open a new browser/private window and navigate to the login page of the Drupal site.
Try Login with the Drupal credentials.
You will be asked to authenticate using the Google Authenticator passcode.
Enter the code generated in your Google Authenticator app and click on the Verify button.
If the authentication is successful you will be logged in to the Drupal site.
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