Here is a list of action and filter hooks provided by the plugin:
two_factor_providers filter overrides the available two-factor providers such as email and time-based one-time passwords. Array values are PHP classnames of the two-factor providers.
two_factor_enabled_providers_for_user filter overrides the list of two-factor providers enabled for a user. First argument is an array of enabled provider classnames as values, the second argument is the user ID.
two_factor_user_authenticated action which receives the logged in WP_User object as the first argument for determining the logged in user right after the authentication workflow.
two_factor_token_ttl filter overrides the time interval in seconds that an email token is considered after generation. Accepts the time in seconds as the first argument and the ID of the WP_User object being authenticated.
I really hate giving this one-star but the plugin is out of date and broken. This plugin was suggested to me back when I was looking for 2FA methods. It looked promising and worked great, but features are broken, it's fallen behind in supporting the latest versions of WordPress, and has not been updated in half a year. It's a real shame because I've not found a 2FA plugin that can match this plugin...
Really lightweight plugin, it seemed safe to implement and worked for day until admins reported issues. However, my case seems to be a conflict with Toolset Access and I am now having an impossible time trying to remove from my site. Even though I have deactivated, the combination of both these plugins seems to have corrupted the user access table. When an admin accesses the login page, we get a message "You don’t have permission to access this page." Sometimes, changing browsers/VPNs fixes it temporarily. There is no way to remove the plugin settings with uninstall.
This plugin is great for increasing login security by enabling Yubikey 2-Factor Authentication (FIDO U2F), or Time-based One Time Passwords (TOTP). It's very impressive; as if the Wordpress devs themselves integrated it. It even lets you create application-specific passwords (so you can log in with a password on the Wordpress app).