Go to your WordPress instance and log in as an administrator.
Click on the miniOrange 2-factor plugin plugin from the left menu.
You can see the list of Authentication methods here. Click on the OTP Over Email Configure button.
NOTE :- If you haven't configured SMTP, please set your SMTP to get the OTP over email.
Enter Your Email address for OTP and click on the Save button.
You will get an OTP code on your registered email ID.
After this setup, OTP Over Email gets prompted as a second security layer while logging into WordPress. For verification, you have to enter the received OTP token on your registered Email ID and click onvalidate OTP button.
After this setup, OTP Over Email gets prompted as a second security layer when logging into WordPress.
Now, Select OTP Over Email.
For any new login, you need to enter the security code shown in the registered Email ID and click on the Validate button to log in to the site.
Now your account is secure and only after verification will you be able to log in.
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