2FAS - Two Factor Authentication

2FAS - Two Factor Authentication

2FAS Browser Extension is simple, private, and secure: 1 click, 1 tap, and your token is automatically entered!

  • 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication
  • 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication
  • 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication
  • 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication
  • 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication
What is 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication?
2FAS - Two Factor Authentication is a Chrome extension that simplifies the 2FA process. With a quick setup, it pairs with your 2FAS app for swift, secure logins. Free to use and doesn't require an account, it generates Time-based One-time passwords (TOTP) or HMAC-based (event-based) One-time passwords (HOTP), safeguarding your sensitive information on all platforms.
Stats
Users: 30,000+
Rating: 3.54 (68)
Version: 1.7.0 (Last updated: 2024-04-05)
Creation date: 2022-07-28
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
Manifest version: 3
Permissions:
  • activeTab
  • tabs
  • storage
  • notifications
  • contextMenus
  • webNavigation
Host permissions:
  • *://*.2fas.com/*
Size: 5.47M
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2FAS - Two factor authentication (v1.7.0)
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Summary

Add 2FAS to your web browser with our extension! Enter 2FA tokens automatically without re-typing for better security!

The 2FAS extension allows you to log in to any online service with 2-factor authentication enabled, faster!

Easy set up in three steps:

  1. Install the extension on your desktop browser
  2. Open the 2FAS app on your phone and pair your phone with your desktop browser
  3. Start using the 2FAS extension

When you want to log in using a 2FA token, simply select two-factor authentication token input field, click the 2FAS extension icon, and confirm login on your phone!

Secure and fast log in.

Simply pair the service you want to login to with your 2FAS app, then 2FAS will automatically select your token for future logins, no searching or typing required!

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User reviews
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Pros
  • Open source and free
  • Works well and as intended
  • Ability to send PUSH notification to mobile for 2FA
Cons
  • Requires phone for every use
  • Some users experienced difficulty with text field detection
  • Inconvenient when phone is not readily available
Most mentioned
  • Requires phone for every use
  • Open source and free
  • Works well and as intended
Recent reviews
I'm not sure what all of the fuss is about. You really don't want to be able to access your tokens from the web browser. You're creating another "point of failure." The less avenues for someone to be able to access your 2fa tokens, the better. To the dude who said, "So if I don't have my phone at hand, I am SOL." -- why in the world would your phone not be near you? In any case, if it isn't for some weird reason, I also have the app on my Apple Watch. This is much easier than quickly trying to open my phone and hope I type the token fast enough before the timer runs out and have to type in the new one. Step 1: Login to website Step 2: Website asks for 2fa token Step 3: Use either shortcut (kb shortcut is faster. I set mine to CTRL-SHFT-X) or click the extension icon on the toolbar. Step 4: Open the PUSH notification on your phone and select the website, then it gets auto-filled out in your web browser and you're done. It goes by super fast, less than 10 seconds. It's open source so the code can be audited. It's on both iOS, watchOS, and Android (unsure about wearOS). You can export and import your tokens. You can back them up to cloud. This is all free and it works perfectly. If you want an extension that autofills your tokens, go support Bitwarden and give them $10 for the premium feature, they deserve it. Otherwise, deal with the 10 seconds it takes for this extension to do its wonderful job. The only con I can think of is having to make the extension recognize I need a token so we have to either click the extension icon or use the kb shortcut. I'm not even sure if it's possible for an extension to recognize a website is asking for a 2FA request or not, but if its, having that process automated would be a nice QoL update. Either way, it took me too long to remember this extension existed, I wish I had downloaded it 2 years ago.
by Sid Sid, 2024-05-11

Garbage. It brings up app in mobile phone then does nothing. What's the point?
by Jackie Gibbs Jackie Gibbs, 2024-05-10

by Robert A (ACB) Robert A (ACB), 2024-05-06
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Safety
Risk impact

2FAS - Two Factor Authentication is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install 2FAS - Two Factor Authentication if you trust the publisher.

Risk likelihood

2FAS - Two Factor Authentication is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this extension.

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