How to Implement Two-Factor Authentication in Laravel Applications
bootsity shows us how to implement Two-Factor Authentication in Laravel applications.
Two-factor Authentication, also known as 2FA is a type, or subset, of Multi-factor Authentication. Multi-factor authentication is a method of confirming identity using by combination of two or more claimed identities. 2FA is a method of confirming users’ claimed identities by using a combination any two different factors from below:
something they know
something they have
something they are
Essentially, this approach allows us to create a restriction for certain areas in our application. It ensures that only the right people have access to the resources in those areas. In this article we are going to take a look at how we can implement 2FA in our Laravel application in really simple steps. Also, we will be using email as our means of verification of user’s identity. Let us dive right in.
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