Implementing Twizo Verification to add Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

With the Twizo Verification service you can easily add Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) to your website. Not just SMS tokens but also verification via messaging clients like Facebook Messenger, Telegram and LINE, but also backup codes, TOTP via the Twizo App or Google Authenticator, etc. Let’s explain how Twizo can help you to make your website safer.

There are 2 ways you can make use of the Twizo verification service. The first is to implement our API for verification. How you can do that is described in our API documentation. The second way is to make use of our widgets. There is no easier way you can find to add 2FA to your website.

Twizo Logo

What’s a widget?

A widget is a piece of software that enables a user to perform a function or make use of a service. So for the Twizo widgets you will have to run some Javascript to open the widgets and the widgets will give the user all the necessary functionality for 2FA. Whenever we add new verification options, you don’t have to make code changes to support it, that’s handled by the widgets.

The Twizo widgets are the easiest way to add 2FA to your website and works on desktops, tablets and mobile devices.

The verification widget supports all authentication types to send the token to you and an option to resend if you did not receive it. Also you can show the user to which number the verification will be sent and you can personalise the widget by setting your own logo.

Want to try our widgets? Signup and visit our ‘Verification‘ page.

What widgets do we offer?

We offer 2 widgets:

Verification widget

The verification is opened after a users has entered his username and password. The widget will send the verification token to the user and retries when incorrect. Also the user can change the verification type.

Registration widget

With the registration widget users can easily register for certain verification types.

How can I integrate the widgets?

How you can integrate the widgets is described in the following tutorials: