passQi mFactor works with the passQi 2 app to provide unparalleled level of account security for your website.
20% of the web runs on WordPress
The most targeted and attacked platform, more than all other CMS combined – bot networks are deployed by hackers round the clock to brute-force attack WordPress sites.
Every place that your users use the same password, increases your vulnerability
Sites using passQi mFactor authentication system receive a site-specific public key which is used in conjunction with a passQi cloud private key in encrypting the mFactor token relayed between the user’s passQi 2 app and the site. mFactor allows the site authentication to determine definitively that the user was in possession of their smartphone device at the time of authentication, without requiring a secondary challenge. Requiring a user to use the passQi 2 app means that even if the user’s password information was compromised, it would not allow login to your site without using the passQi 2 app on the user’s phone.
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Also details the support for TOTP style two-step verification built in to the passQi smartphone app
– allowing you to use the same app to easily secure your WordPress sites and leverage existing support for TOTP at other sites –
… And explains why passQi mFactor is both more secure and convenient than two-step verification.
Just having – or guessing – the user’s password won’t do it.