Secure your website or blog

CMS applications are becoming increasingly mission critical to the operations of many businesses. YubiKey two-factor authentication is supported in leading open source content management systems (CMS), giving you the option to secure your CMS with the YubiKey and allowing your users to use their own YubiKeys to validate in a deployable and secure fashion.

The plugin for WordPress provides multifactor authentication with one-time passwords using the YubiKey. The plugin works with YubiKey Standard/Nano, and YubiKey NEO/NEO-n. Note that this plugin was not written by Yubico.

Required

  • YubiKey Hardware – Works with YubiKey 4, YubiKey 4 Nano, and YubiKey NEO
  • WordPress plugin

How to Enable YubiKey + WordPress

To add YubiKey two-factor authentication to WordPress, see the YubiKey Plugin page (not written by Yubico).

The YubiKey module for Drupal provides YubiKey strong two-factor user authentication capabilities for Drupal. The module is flexible and has several capabilities. Note that this module was not written by Yubico.

Required

How to Enable YubiKey + Drupal

To add the YubiKey two-factor authentication to Drupal, follow the instructions listed in the Yubico Wiki entry at Guidelines and documentation (not written by Yubico).

Joomla includes two-factor authentication and support for the YubiKey. You can specify how you want to use two-factor authentication — on the front-end, the back-end, or both. Note that this module was not written by Yubico.

Required

  • YubiKey Hardware
  • Joomla 3.2 or later, with the YubiKey two-factor authentication plugin activated in plugin manager

How to Enable YubiKey + Joomla

To add the YubiKey two-factor authentication to Joomla, follow the instructions listed in the Joomla Tutorials (not written by Yubico).