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Reactive Google Authenticator 

Stable version 1.1.1 (Compatible with OutSystems 11)
Uploaded on 5 May by 
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Reactive Google Authenticator 

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security process that requires a user to provide two different authentication factors to gain access to a resource, such as a website or application. The first factor is usually something the user knows, such as a password, while the second factor is something the user has, such as a security token , in this case it will be a one-time 6 digit code provided by google authenticator .
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The asset "Google Authenticator Block" is a web block that adds an extra layer of security to user authentication by prompting them to enter a one-time password (OTP) generated by Google Authenticator. This web block is designed to display a form where users can enter the OTP code that is valid for 30 seconds.

After the user enters the OTP code, the block logic will verify if the provided code is valid or not. If the code is correct, the block will fire an event indicating that the authentication process is successful. On the other hand, if the code is invalid or has expired, the block will prompt the user to enter a new OTP code.

This web block is a valuable addition to any web application that requires secure authentication, such as online banking, e-commerce, or any other application that handles sensitive user data. By using Google Authenticator, the web block ensures that only authorized users can access the application, adding an extra layer of security against unauthorized access and potential data breaches.

Release notes (1.1.1)

Release Notes - Version [1.1.1]

We are excited to announce the release of version [1.1.1] of our reactive Reactive Google Authenticator web block, which includes a new feature to improve the user experience when entering OTP codes.

In this release, we have added an indication to alert users when they enter an incorrect OTP code. When the user enters an invalid code, the web block will display an error message next to the input field, indicating that the code is incorrect. This will help prevent users from getting locked out of their accounts due to entering an incorrect OTP code.

To ensure that the new feature works seamlessly with your existing implementation, we have made some changes to the underlying logic of the Reactive Google Authenticator web block. These changes are designed to ensure that the new error message is displayed correctly and that the user is prompted to enter a new OTP code.

Optimized performance: We have made various performance optimizations to the underlying logic of the Google Auth action to ensure that it runs smoothly and efficiently. This will help improve the overall user experience when using the web block.

We believe that this new feature will greatly enhance the usability and security of our web block and we look forward to hearing your feedback on this release.

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