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README.md

TwoFactorAuth.org

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A list of popular sites and whether or not they accept two factor auth.

The Goal

The goal is to build a website (TwoFactorAuth.org) with a comprehensive list of sites that support Two Factor Authentication, as well as the methods that they provide.

Our hope is to aid consumers who are deciding between alternative services based on the security they offer for their customers. This can also serve as an indicator for the effort a site has put into security in general.

Contributing

If you'd like to contribute, read the entire guidelines here in CONTRIBUTING.md.

Running Locally

TwoFactorAuth.org is built upon Jekyll, using the github-pages gem. In order to run the site locally, it is necessary to install bundler, install all dependencies, and then use Jekyll to serve the site. If the gem command is not available to you, it is necessary to install Ruby with RubyGems. Once Ruby and RubyGems are installed and available from the command line, TwoFactorAuth can be setup using the following commands.

gem install bundler
cd ~/twofactorauth
bundle install
bundle exec jekyll serve

If you're using Ubuntu or Bash on Windows (WSL) you'll probably need to install these dependencies first:

sudo apt install libffi-dev nodejs python-dev gcc ruby rails make zlib1g-dev ruby-dev libcurl3
gem install bundler

The TwoFactorAuth website should then be accessible from http://localhost:4000.

Another option is to run Jekyll inside a Docker container. Please read the Jekyll Docker Documentation on how to do this.

License

This code is distributed under the MIT license. For more info, read the LICENSE file distributed with the source code.

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