add the free Clef service for simple, strong multifactor panel authentication without passwords
Plesk Panel 11 is wonderful. But it could be even more wonderful if included strong, multifactor authentication.
Clef’s (http://getclef.com) strong MFA is free, super easy to use, and provides next-gen authentication security without passwords.
Plesk Panel + Clef would make a dynamic duo!
Jesse Pollak commented
Wow, this is awesome. I'm one of the founders of Clef and we're so excited to see this.
@Sergey — would you mind shooting me an email at email@example.com so we can talk a little more?
Hannu Virta commented
UbiKey could also be option
@Inukai actually no. Although Clef has a plugin for WordPress, Clef is a generic multi-factor product that works on any website, not just WP.
yes, Clef is really good. But must use the WordPress Engine, and this is the problem for Plesk. I would like to use the Clef Api for my WebPage. Unfortunately this is not possible.
J. Lim commented
Yes, we need this!
Bryce T. commented
Clef looks really cool. Yes for adding this to secure panel admin.
+1 for adding multifactor auth to Plesk in general. Compared to popular MFA options such as Google Authenticator, Clef's features look good: no manual input or temp codes, single sign on, passwordless handshake, no need for bluetooth or gps to be enabled on the tablet or smartphone. So +1 for Clef too.
MFA is highly desirable for administering Plesk.