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Latest revision as of 14:10, 10 October 2016

Overview

This guide will help you enable PasswordLess Login for all your WordPress users.
PasswordLess login eliminates the requirement to login with Passwords. This feature is very simple in concept.
A user will specify his username while logging in and will not be asked for the password.
If the username is correct, an email will be sent to the stored Email address, with a one time usable login link.
This feature also eliminates the possibility to brute force into an account.

Note : If PasswordLess is enabled, then 2FA will no longer work as they cannot work together.

Enable PasswordLess Login

Enabling PasswordLess Login is very simple. Please go to WordPress Admin Panel -> Loginizer Security -> PasswordLess.

The following is a screenshot of the settings page

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