Two Factor Authentication Support

Would you like to see two factor authentication support for Plato?


When logging into Plato users would enter there login credentials as normal. If the initial login is successful users would then be required to enter a unique 8 digit PIN which would be sent to the user in real-time during the initial successful login via a configurable channel, for example email, SMS or a 3rd party authenticator such as an yubikey.

During user registration users would have the option to opt-in to your configured two factor authentication and existing users could opt-in via there profile pages.

Key Features

  • Provides increased security for local Plato accounts

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Ryan Healey
Plato - All-in-one product support

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