By handling WordPress logins with various authentications, we aim to boost user experiences. We provide a single sign-on solution with SAML and OAuth protocols, two-factor authentication, and social login (login with third-party social accounts). We aim to make WordPress user accounts more secure and concentrate mainly on user experience in these forms of authentication.
In this case, to register with WordPress and then remember passwords to login to the WordPress account, it is better to manage multiple accounts with IDP login credentials with a single sign-on. The Single Sign-On solution enables users to login/register to a WordPress account at the end of the Identity Provider by authenticating their profile. The Provider of Identity verifies a customer and sends approval.
But, even though you've added the Single Sign-on Widget login to your WordPress, there's an alternative Username and Password login. In the case of Single Sign-On, the Identity Provider responsible for authentication is responsible, but what if the user decides to log in to the WordPress account with a username and password? Is the password enough to open an account with WordPress?
The password for an alternative WordPress login solution (Username and Password login) is not adequate to secure a user account. Adding additional WordPress login security can help minimize losses.
You can download miniOrange 2-Factor Authentication(2FA) plugin using the following link:
WordPress users face security problems with a single sign-on during a username and password login. So, we can add two-factor authentication with username and password on Wordpress during login. With WP login form integration, Two Factor authentication (2FA) for WordPress helps you to secure login with 15+ authentication methods.
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