I am really happy to announce that I pushed version 1.1.0 of WP Google Authenticator today. This version is the biggest update since the first release of the plugin. It adds support for two things that have been asked in the past: apps passwords and role based activation.
You might be using the WordPress mobile app on your iPhone or Android phone. So far you could actually use the WordPress app without problem. The plugin was using the user agent to determine if the connection was made from the WordPress app, and if it was, the one time password was skipped. This, obviously, brings the additional security this plugin adds down.
I’m happy to say that this is no longer the case. It is still possible to use desktop editing applications (or web services) to connect to WordPress, but it will require a manual intervention from you. It is not that difficult, and the good part is that the plugin is no longer limited to the official WordPress mobile app.
From now on, if you want to use a service or application that requires your credentials to log into WordPress, […]