LoginTC no longer supports WordPress.
The LoginTC WordPress plugin adds an additional step to user authentication using LoginTC two-factor authentication. After successfully entering a username and password, the user’s mobile device receives a LoginTC request (via push notifications) to approve/deny the authentication request. The request also includes useful information (e.g. IP address of the browser) to determine if it’s a legitimate login request.
Before proceeding, please ensure you have the following:
If you have already created a LoginTC domain for your WordPress site, then you may skip this section and proceed to Installation.
Now configure the plugin to connect with the LoginTC manager:
Copy and paste the API Key and Domain ID from the LoginTC Admin settings and domain settings pages.
||API key (64-chars)|
||Domain ID (40-chars)|
||Time in seconds for authentication to take|
||Which roles to enable / disable LoginTC authentication|
||Whether to include to IP Address of the WordPress in the authentication request|
The API key is found on the LoginTC Admin Settings page. The Domain ID is found on your domain settings page.
Your users enter their first factor (username & password) normally as they always did.
There are several options for managing your users within LoginTC: