I personally do not need it because I use a unique and very secure password. But if fans think it is important and I can implement second-factor authentication without linking against non-C libraries or using proprietary APIs then I can add it to my to-do list.
C is the only language I trust. And I only trust software where I see the code.
If nastyfans is hacked via web interface there is only 1 person to blame. Me. That is how I want it.
I wonder if that's the reason that I can't log into the site using Chrome (or my Android phone)
Older Windows Internet Explorer versions use unusual methods for encoding CGI strings. This has a side-effect for people using symbols in passwords when they set their password with Internet Explorer. In that case passwords fail on all other browsers including newer Internet Explorers.
I am aware of this issue since beginning and know how to remedy it. But it is low priority for me. But maybe many fans experience same trouble and do not report. So I will remedy it soon. I will post again after this is done.
Thank you for reporting.EDIT: