- by rodnet, 5 days agoRated 5 out of 5great for convenience the concerns for me is that it breaks the idea of a second factor. yes getting your phone out is a pain, but it also makes you more secure. If your desktop is hacked they still need access to your phone. Using 2factor does add security and the ease of use of your extension likely encourages people who would not normally enable 2fa ti use it so that is one way to look at it. anyway just my thoughts on the subject.
- by Firefox user 16823421, 8 days agoRated 1 out of 5THE ABSOLUTELY MOST USER-UNFRIENDLY PROTOCOL IN THE WORLD TODAY!!! CODE 42 SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO REQUIRE THIS POS PROTOCOL! NO ONE ELSE DOES THIS!!!! :(
Developer responseposted 8 days agoHi, we cannot control what third parties such as Code 42 choose to require. The protocol Code 42 uses is actually fairly common and used by other companies such as GitHub, Microsoft, and Google. If there are any changes we could make in the extension to make things more user-friendly please open a discussion in our issue tracker.
- by Schñarf, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5This add-on is great, it further makes privacy and cybersecurity more accessible, which is of paramount importance. It is in the spirit of this that I would recommend some sort of autofill functionality for logging in to websites, to make 2FA that much more simple.
- by Firefox user 13945370, 3 months agoRated 4 out of 5I cant not read the QR code from site. when I try to enter as manual. it is so difficult to copy paste the information. you copy one text and the go back to copy second text box, at this time, Authenticator disappear and all data lost what you entered.