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July 2020 - Mitch Sellers + 2-Factor Authentication

This evening we got together to talk about recent DNN community news, and releases. Mitch Sellers of Iowa Computer Gurus joined us to present a new SImple Two-Factor Authentication module for DNN. Watch the video to catch up on this month's Southern Fried DNN User Group meeting topics.

During the meeting, we reviewed and discussed the following sites and content:


SoFri DNN User Group Meeting Presentation - DNN 2 Factor Authentication

With security a huge concern in modern time for all users, Mitch Sellers and Iowa Computer Gurus introduce a new Simple 2 Factor Authentication Provider for DNN.  This authentication provider works to replace the standard DNN Login process and introduces 2-Factor Verification to secure login.  Key features include.

  • Ability to define by role memberships those that are required to complete 2 Factor Authentication.
    This allows setting of Host and Admin users to require 2 Factor Login while standard user roles receive standard DNN core login process
  • Ability to determine the duration of time a 2 Factor Login is valid
  • Support for content localization
  • Delivery of 2 Factor Authentication Codes in the following methods
    • Email
    • (FUTURE) possible options such as Text SMS, Google Authenticator, DUO, others 

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