Setup Authy Authenticator 2FA method with Magento plugin. This guide will help you to configure Authy Authenticator as Two Factor Authentication ( 2FA ) method for your Magento site. The Magento 2FA plugin will add a second layer of authentication to your Magento account to increase the security of your site from unwanted hacks and unauthorized login attempts.
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What is Two Factor Authentication ?
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) also called two-step verification is a security process in which a user has to pass two different authentication factors to gain access to an account or a computer system.
Two Factor Authentication 2FA for Magento plugin is highly secure & easy to set up for your Magento site. Rather than relying on a password alone, which can be phished or guessed. miniOrange adds a second layer of security to your Magento accounts. It protects your site from hacks and unauthorized login attempts.
How does Two-Factor authentication (2FA) work ?
Firstly, the user navigates to the login page of the application or a website. For instance www.example.com/login.
User enters a username and password. User’s login credentials are checked by their respective server. This is the first factor of authentication.
The site then prompts the user with the 2nd step authentication E.g Pop up asking for OTP sent over SMS /Email.
When the user enters the second factor like OTP or Push notification it is checked against the database system if the second factor is correct.
After successfully completing the 2nd factor authentication user is granted access to the application or a website.
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