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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001387||Composr||core||public||2013-09-08 11:20||2019-03-04 18:28|
|Reporter||Chris Graham||Assigned To|
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|Description||2-factor-authentication is really taking off, because people now carry smartphones and because hacking is increasingly an issue as people digitise more of their web behaviour.|
It would be nice to have this as an option within Composr. Github has just made a nice implementation, that would be a good benchmark.
|Additional Information||For most websites, this is overkill. 2-factor-auth is most appropriate for things like e-mail services, friend networks, or coding services, where a hacker could really wreak havoc. Most individual websites aren't a key to that person's life. However, there are still plenty of Composr sites that do hold important details/connections, and this would be nice as an option.|
Composr does already have 2-factor-authentication actually, because you can select IP confirmation by e-mail, against individual groups. However this is more of an admin feature than a user feature, and hacking someone's email may also be more viable than getting access to someone's physical smartphone or their 2-factor service account.
|Time estimation (hours)||32|