Just in case someone will search for fast solution: if you are using redis-server as DB you can change timestamps with redis-commander:
npm install -g redis-commander
And then you can access your database via http://yourdomain.com:8081
I'm a huge fan of two-factor authentication, and it's one of those ideas that's been banging 'round my head for the past little while. It's a neat idea and works well in practice because people have always got their phones on them.
SMS 2-factor auth still has one annoying barrier, and that is relying on cell phone networks to deliver the token. I hate that.
I much prefer HOTP (or even better, TOTP), where all I have to do is register the secret once on my phone, and I can use it to derive the token anywhere, even in places where I don't have signal (which annoyingly, happens a lot).
I would also like something like this for other reasons. We have a sub category where users post questions and we have certain people assigned to receive emails when new topics are posted - they are supposed to then go and reply to the question and it would be nice to be able inform them somehow that someone else (that was emailed) is already in the process of replying.