Duda Multi-Factor Authentication
This has been discussed a while back on the Facebook groups and I know it's in the 'backlog' on the ideas board (I've voted for it) but I'd like to raise it here also. Is there any intention of adding Multi-factor Authentication ability to Duda logins? I assume because it's in the backlog if there is it's not in the near future.
I know that it's currently possible if you go the route of using a Google account rather than using the email address method to create the account but that's a workaround, not a solution as it locks off an account option and instead forces the need for everyone to have a Google Account.
There are constantly reports in the news of sites and SaaS systems being compromised. Having MFA available whilst not a magic bullet would go a long way to making Duda more secure 'and appealing' (Other platforms like Squarespace and Wix have it).
Yes, nothing has happened but I feel that's likely a 'yet'. If a client's account password is able to be accessed via phishing or other means then their site could be compromised. If one of our agency account passwords is compromised then all of our clients' websites could be compromised which is a scary thought as we move more clients over to Duda.
I hope that security features like MFA are constantly being worked on and the ideas board isn't a popularity contest because boring but important functions could be overlooked for the pretty new thing.
I really like Duda, its flexibility and ability to quickly get sites up and running. The addition of Flex has certainly added to that. I just want to be sure that we're not heading for a possible future disaster.