Two-factor protection and password-free access for WordPress


In this paper, two-factor protection and used for unencrypted login process Clef will introduce plug-in called. Previously you to Google Authentication with article I mentioned about two-factor protection. It is an alternative, but to be clear, I found it more technologically and useful. First of all, I suggest you watch the 1 minute video I added below.


How to use?

The first thing that is required to use this application after installing the plugin and Clef application for Android or IOS-based access to a phone.

Plugin initial setup settings

After installing the plugin via the Admin Panel will ask you to make adjustments from you. A page will open where you can lArA başla adjust as follows, and click theFinish setup button.


When you click this button, you will first be prompted with a page asking you to load the Clef application into the phone.


I showed parts of the application on Google Play with green arrows and given links to Apple Apps, you can install whichever phone you use to go to this page. If I showed the part with red arrows calling application if you have installed on your phone already (applications installed on the phone option), you can switch directly to other pages.

Initial setup settings for the phone

Now, in order to synchronize your phone and your site, you will first take a few actions in the application you have installed on the phone.



The first screen you will register by clicking the button Get started by entering an email address when you open the app. After registration, you will receive a confirmation mail, click on the link here and verify your email address.


After that, you will be asked to specify a pin from you, complete this by entering a 4-digit pin. After this step, as you can see above, you complete the matching by reading the barcode which is formed on the page of the plug-in page in your site with the barcode moving up and down on the phone screen.

Then on the plug-in page, the last stage of the installation.


Here you can go to Goa I pointed out to users registered with the page button on your site users with one number and there you can select who should login to the site with this application. For now, these adjustments you can make adjustments later moved, he showed where I finished with the No. 2 reason Skip finish the installation and setup saying.

Other settings

After pairing, there are some settings for both the app on your site and the app for your phone, which I will briefly mention.

After installation, 3 important items related to Clef usage on the page will come with your intention to help you.


The first component is more than one membership and your blog is to say that if you use Clef applications in all applications using just the one to do automatic entry to all your other logged-in with your blog page. Second, you can check out all the sites on your phone with the Log Out button tells the admin page not necessarily need to be in for it. The third item in the event of losing your phone cancel the activation of the phone going missing in the address gives information about a new device that you can do the activation.

I said that you set up the user invitation later on, you can do this from the section that looks like this on the page of the attachment.


You invite users to choose Invite user role by clicking the button on your site to invite users registered here, and you can get started using Clef mail.

On the Settings page has a list of Disable passwords title.


From these settings you can set where the password page is to be canceled, ie the username and password will never be entered for login, you will have to login with Clef. I’ve numbered them and I’ll write you on a list.

  •  Turn off the password for all Clef users,
  •  Turn off the password for the user roles you will select on the side (administrator, editor, writer, etc.)
  •  Turn off the password for some applications (here you will see the BackWpup backup plug-in, which is my backup program, listed here if you have any additional plugins like this)
  •  For all users, turn off the password and hide the Login Form,
  •  Allow passwords for some APIs like WordPress mobile app,
  • Show the Clef bar code in the form styles as the default input format.

After you log in to your phone, you will see the screen below.


The screen image you see on the left side comes after the entry and the top shows the last operations, while the bottom shows the remaining time for the output automatically after entry. To extend this time, click on the adjustment button on the right side of the screen shown in the second screen image will be opened. Here you can set the duration of your stay as long as you like and you can stay connected indefinitely with the yada ∞ mark. You can perform any time to exit out now by clicking the Login button.

What if we cancel the entries with all the passwords and want to log in without using Clef with our phone. You are receiving an email when you have completed all the operations and canceled the encrypted entries.


Clef override URL -keep safe “in the title starting with this email with the name of your site and sent samples showed the way with a green arrow link available. This link will only allow you to open a special page to log in with your username and password. At least you can use it in difficult situations. Do not delete this mail and save it for otherwise.

I will try to explain the basic functions and their use in practice as much as I can. I hope it’s enough.







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