Login One! plug-inAbout the Login One! Plug-in - Freeware, Premium and Business Editions - for Joomla! 3.x

 

 

Login One! authentication schematicsThe information on this page is to be considered a basic description and is provided as is, without any form of warranty.

The Login One! plug-in is an extended version of the standard Joomla! authentication process, with a number of added steps. The plug-in really kicks in when a user is attempting a second log-in while the first session is still alive. This occurs - for example - when the user has closed the web browser without signing off a session and then decides to log in again.

The image on the right illustrates, in broad terms, the difference between the standard Joomla! and Login One! authentication process.

Functionalities:

Login One! notice - J3 (waiting time only with Premium and Business Edition)

  • Login One! freeware edition denies all multiple log-ins, except for Super Users. This edition is straightforward by its simplicity. And it's free!!
    Supports Two-Factor Authentication. There is a limitation, see here.
  • Login One! Premium Edition denies all multiple log-ins, except for Super Users.
    - For personal, one-man business and non-profit websites only. Limited support.
    - Supports Two-Factor Authentication.
    - Deals with the limitations introduced by Joomla! 1.6, see here.
    - Specified user groups can be allowed unlimited multiple log-ins by configuration.

    Login One! Premium - Basic configuration
  • Login One! Business Edition denies all multiple log-ins, except for Super Users.
    - For personal and business use. Support provided.
    - Supports Two-Factor Authentication.
    - Deals with the limitations introduced by Joomla! 1.6, see here.
    - Specified user groups can be allowed multiple log-ins by configuration.
    - Individual users and IP addresses can be allowed multiple log-ins, e.g. in case their user group is not already assigned 'allowed'. Super Users are always 'allowed'.
    - Individual users and IP addresses can be denied multiple log-ins. For example: you have allowed multiple log-ins for all authors (in the 'allowed user groups' parameter), but want to deny multiple log-ins for some individual users in this group. Super Users can not be denied.
    - You can allow/deny multiple log-ins for any user/IP combination.
    - The maximum number of simultaneous log-ins for 'allowed' users (groups) can be configured. Super Users can always have an unlimited number of log-ins.
    - You can configure 'special user groups' that may have a maximum number of simultaneous log-ins different from the default value.

    Login One! Business - Basic configuration

    - You can configure what will happen upon a denied log-in: displaying the standard
    notification message, a redirect to an article, or a redirect to a URL.

    Login One! Business - Notification options

    - You can select how users may log in (username and/or email address), configure a master password for selected user groups and create special user groups.

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    - AND MORE...

Configuration overview, see here.

License:

  • Login One! all editions: Visit our forum.

Support:

  • Login One! freeware edition: No support.
  • Login One! Premium Edition: Free-of-charge support for installation and setup until one (1) month after purchase. See support terms.
  • Login One! Business Edition: Free-of-charge support for installation, setup and operation until three (3) months after purchase. See support terms.
 
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