Django-mfa (Multi Factor Authentication) is a simple package to add extra layer of security to your django web application. It gives web app a randomly changing password as an extra protection.
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Django-mfa(Multi-factor Authentication) is a simple django package to add extra layer of security to your web application. Django-mfa is providing easiest integration to enable Multi factor authentication to your django applications. Inspired by the user experience of Google's Authentication, django-mfa allows users to authenticate through text message(SMS) or by using token generator app like google authenticator.

We welcome your feedback on this package. If you run into problems, please raise an issue or contribute to the project by forking the repository and sending some pull requests.

This Package is compatible with Django versions >=1.10 (including at least Django 2.0.7) Documentation is available at readthedocs(http://django-mfa.readthedocs.io/en/latest/)

Quick start

Installation

The Git repository can be cloned with this command:

git clone https://github.com/MicroPyramid/django-mfa

The django_mfa package, included in the distribution, should be placed on the PYTHONPATH.

Otherwise you can just easy_install -Z django-mfa or pip install django-mfa.

Settings

  1. Add app name in settings.py:

    INSTALLED_APPS = [
       '..................',
       'django_mfa',
       '..................'
    ]
    
  2. Add 'django_mfa.middleware.MfaMiddleware' to your project middlewares:

    MIDDLEWARE = [
       '....................................',
       'django_mfa.middleware.MfaMiddleware',
       '....................................',
    ]
    
  3. Optional issuer name. This name will be shown in the Authenticator App along with the username

MFA_ISSUER_NAME = "Cool Django App"

  1. Optionally enable remember-my-browser. If enabled, the browser will be trusted for specified number of days after the user enters the code once.

MFA_REMEMBER_MY_BROWSER = True MFA_REMEMBER_DAYS = 90 MFA_COOKIE_SALT = "uoiqwueroqwer" # random

Urls

Add the following to your root urls.py file.

urlpatterns = [
    ...

    url(r'^settings/', include('django_mfa.urls')),
]

Done. With these settings you have now, you will get the MFA features.

You can try it by hosting on your own or deploy to Heroku with a button click.

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We welcome your feedback and support, raise github ticket if you want to report a bug. Need new features? Contact us here