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Milad IPBPlug.in

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Milad IPBPlug.in last won the day on October 27 2016

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About Milad IPBPlug.in

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  1. IPB twitterer

    Hello I stopped actually, this whole thing is no longer worth it. I spent a lot of time planning, writing and testing the code, and the return is too little to cover. So I stopped it for now. Regards
  2. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    Because some people are not tech savvy enough to know how to use it.
  3. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    That covers parts of the software but this one covers all pages when enabled. This was made before the official one is released, I haven't worked really on it since the release of the official one, but people are still attracted to this one.
  4. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    It could work by default, but didn't really test it. Can't promise it either.
  5. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    http://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/2332762/9649d0a4c887d5a2bba38be2a2fd8597
  6. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    Apparently the permissions are not correct. Please read the rescue instructions in the package, they are very useful.
  7. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    It has to do with your default permissions. Of course the this has a page that we need to submit the code to, and this page is subject to permissions like any other page. You need to fix the permission for this. By default it should go well but I think your permissions are not default. Anyway, there is a way to disable the app without removing it, please read the rescue instructions in the package and try it. It will help you to disable the app without removing it, so you can go to admin cp fix the permissions and re-enable it again.
  8. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    what is your username and forum name?
  9. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    Well, it's worth posting an announcement. The app tries to draw users' attention (using the red icon), but it doesn't ask for OTP if it's not enabled.
  10. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    It should act the same way default IPS apps work. If the module permission overrides the group permission then we should go with that. But again, if we have module permission why would we use group permissions? Anyway, I recommend that you enable the module permission for all and use the group permissions because this is what really I built the app permissions around. The module permissions will only prevent members from login in. It depends on your use case. Some forums need extra security for admins, some of them need it for ordinary members. It depends on the purpose of your forums.
  11. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    You can disable this plugin until the next release. There is no way to transition users and I don't plan to implement it. Users will have to re-configure it. Would like to hear your feedback on this.
  12. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    So, the new version has been released. You can expect from me a new version of this product (in the upcoming days) that will change things. Those who paid for this product will not left unsatisfied.
  13. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    My product will continue to extend IPS and provide alternative settings and options for customers.
  14. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    Hello 1. There is no way that a password reset can bypass this. 5. Still the purpose of this app is not to protect from brute-force attacks. And all the websites, that I know, that use 2SA actually asks for the OTP after successful username and password combination. Regards
  15. Two-step Authentication for IPB

    1. Have you test it? 2. Possibly in the future. 3. Not in the current version. But you can disable and re-enable the protection, this will create a new secret key. 4. Yes. 5. Yes, after successfully logged in. There is no fear of brute force attacks because IPS won't allow it in its stock software. There is a flood check.
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