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Translation of Development Readme (trunk): Norwegian (Bokmål)

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TFA can be required for specified user levels, after a defined time period (e.g. require all admins to have TFA, once their accounts are a week old) (<a href="https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/product/two-factor-authentication/">Premium version</a>), including forcing them to immediately set up (by redirecting them to the page to do so) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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TFA can be required for specified user levels, after a defined time period (e.g. require all admins to have TFA, once their accounts are a week old) (<a href="https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/product/two-factor-authentication/">Premium version</a>), including forcing them to immediately set up (by redirecting them to the page to do so)
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Includes support for Elementor Pro login forms (Premium version) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Includes support for Elementor Pro login forms (Premium version)
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When using the front-end shortcode (<a href="https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/product/two-factor-authentication/">Premium version</a>), require the user to enter the current TFA code correctly to be able to activate TFA You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When using the front-end shortcode (<a href="https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/product/two-factor-authentication/">Premium version</a>), require the user to enter the current TFA code correctly to be able to activate TFA
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How does two factor authentication (TFA / 2FA) work? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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How does two factor authentication (TFA / 2FA) work?
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Note that the two factor authentication plugin has no mechanism to compare or approve passwords; this is done by WordPress core. If the wrong password is sent, then this is handled by WordPress, and the login will not proceed. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Note that the two factor authentication plugin has no mechanism to compare or approve passwords; this is done by WordPress core. If the wrong password is sent, then this is handled by WordPress, and the login will not proceed.
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You have a password manager extension installed in your web browser, with the correct password entered in it. It has automatically replaced your wrong password with the right one from its saved store. This behaviour has been observed and confirmed by several users. You can verify it by using the web developer tools in your browser to look at the HTTP data sent to WordPress, and observe which password is actually in it. You can also open a fresh web browser with no such extension in it to re-test. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You have a password manager extension installed in your web browser, with the correct password entered in it. It has automatically replaced your wrong password with the right one from its saved store. This behaviour has been observed and confirmed by several users. You can verify it by using the web developer tools in your browser to look at the HTTP data sent to WordPress, and observe which password is actually in it. You can also open a fresh web browser with no such extension in it to re-test.
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I deliberately entered a wrong password, and it let me login! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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I deliberately entered a wrong password, and it let me login!
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Includes support for any and every third-party login form (Premium version) without any further coding needed via appending your TFA code to the end of your password You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Includes support for any and every third-party login form (Premium version) without any further coding needed via appending your TFA code to the end of your password
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Site owners can allow "trusted devices" on which TFA codes are only asked for a chosen number of days (instead of every login); e.g. 30 days (<a href="https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/product/two-factor-authentication/">Premium version</a>) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Site owners can allow "trusted devices" on which TFA codes are only asked for a chosen number of days (instead of every login); e.g. 30 days (<a href="https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/product/two-factor-authentication/">Premium version</a>)
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<p>Allowing users to have trusted devices (Premium version)</p> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Allowing users to have trusted devices (Premium version)</p>
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Some users might have two factor authentication on their email account, but this is not knowable or controllable from inside WordPress, and so giving this option to users means that the administrator cannot see or enforce two-factor authentication. And even in this case, email is often sent between servers unencrypted, and so is susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks beyond the control of WordPress. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Some users might have two factor authentication on their email account, but this is not knowable or controllable from inside WordPress, and so giving this option to users means that the administrator cannot see or enforce two-factor authentication. And even in this case, email is often sent between servers unencrypted, and so is susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks beyond the control of WordPress.
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If someone has access to your email account, then they can send a password-reset code there using the password-reset mechanisms built into WordPress. Therefore, if the two-factor code was also sent there, then ability to read your email allows the breaking of both factors, and hence is no longer truly <em>two</em> factor authentication. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If someone has access to your email account, then they can send a password-reset code there using the password-reset mechanisms built into WordPress. Therefore, if the two-factor code was also sent there, then ability to read your email allows the breaking of both factors, and hence is no longer truly <em>two</em> factor authentication.
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Why does the plugin not support sending the two-factor code by email? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Why does the plugin not support sending the two-factor code by email?
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This plugin began life in early 2015 as a friendly fork and enhancement of <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/two-factor-auth/">Oscar Hane's "two factor auth" plugin</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This plugin began life in early 2015 as a friendly fork and enhancement of <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/two-factor-auth/">Oscar Hane's "two factor auth" plugin</a>.
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Works together with <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-members/">"WP Members"</a> (shortcode form) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Works together with <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-members/">"WP Members"</a> (shortcode form)
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