Unloq is an excellent alternative to Clef. There are also a lot of useful features for WordPress developers who manage client sites, [such as the ability to white label the Unloq app] and you can offer two-factor authentication as an added service.
UNLOQ is the best alternative to Clef since it does not require you to enter a password once the plugin is installed on your WordPress site. UNLOQ authentication protects your WordPress users from password reuse, phishing and keylogger attacks.
It does seem to offer the closest approximation to Clef’s functionality Unloq isn’t so much two-factor authentication. Rather, passwordless authentication is probably a better descriptor. When a user tries to sign in, they don’t need a password. Instead, they just need to authenticate the sign-in attempt on their phone or email.
UNLOQ protects you against more threats than any other solutions can, not to mention it also has a better coverage. Brute force, server breach, bucket brigade, keylogging? Don’t worry, they have a shield for each of those! [Secondly,] it is scalable and secure.
Security is at the core of UNLOQ’. It doesn’t require website users to remember and enter a username and password in order to login to their account, eliminating password reuse and the risks it brings along.
Build with user convenience in mind, all users need to do to authenticate is click the Login button and approve the request from the UNLOQ mobile app.
UNLOQ increases the security of your digital properties through a distributed authentication system that doesn’t require your users to remember any passwords. From now on you can forget about them wherever you see the UNLOQ login box. Just click the UNLOQ button and you’ll receive an authentication request on your phone for you to approve or deny.