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AuthAnvil WordPress Logon Agent


This plugin enables two-factor authentication for WordPress using the AuthAnvil Strong Authentication Server.
To use this plugin, you must have access to an AuthAnvil Server and have a user and a token configured.
The requirement to use AuthAnvil is set on a per-user basis, with the default set to not require two-factor authentication.


  • AuthAnvil settings on the AuthAnvil settings page.
  • AuthAnvil options on the user's profile page.
  • AuthAnvil Passcode field added to the login page.
  • AuthAnvil SoftTokens.


  1. Unzip the plugin into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Enter your AuthAnvil SAS and Site ID on the Settings -> AuthAnvil options page.
  3. Enable or disable AuthAnvil Authentication on the Users -> Edit User page.


Where can I find out more information about AuthAnvil?

Learn about AuthAnvil at

Are there any special requirements for my WordPress/PHP installation?

PHP5 or later.

Does every user on my WordPress site require an AuthAnvil Token?

No, since AuthAnvil authentication is enabled on a per user basis, you can require tokens only for the users that you feel need to be protected.


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Contributors & Developers

“AuthAnvil WordPress Logon Agent” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Initial Release