New 2FA Integrations and Other Upgrades with Defender Pro 2.4!

New 2FA Integrations and Other Upgrades with Defender Pro 2.4!

Just when you thought Defender, our answer to WordPress security, couldn’t get any better — with the release of v2.4, he’s now better than ever!

Defender Pro now comes with two-factor authentication integrations, a new notifications interface, bulk actions for security recommendations, and more.

These improvements help you customize your security options and streamline recommended security precautions.

Here’s a breakdown of the new features. We’ll look at how to:

  1. Quickly Activate and Schedule Reports in the New Notifications Area
  2. Easily Integrate 2FA with Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, or Authy
  3. Take Care of Security Recommendations in Bulk

This article will give you a quick overview of what’s new, and you’ll be able to implement them in Defender Pro today!

1. Quickly Activate and Schedule Reports in the New Notifications Area

Defender has a new look and better functionality with Notifications. It’s a centralized manager area for all notifications and reports.

The Notifications area gives you a complete overview of the reports, whether it’s enabled or not, gravatars icons of the email recipients, and reports’ frequency.

All the security reports can be enabled here.

You can configure and disable reports in one-click. If a report can be enabled, you’ll see a plus sign next to it.

Click the plus sign to enable a notification.Tapping the plus sign gets your notification enabled.

Once clicked, you can choose who to send email notifications to.

You can easily search for recipients to add by username or click on an individual user from the list. Alternatively, you can always invite a user by email by clicking Invite by Email.

Where you add recipients.Quickly add a new user by username in the search bar.

If the report is already enabled, clicking on the gear icon will allow you to configure it by adding recipients, frequency of reports, day & time of reports, and additional settings.

 



This article was written by Nathanael Fakes and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.

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