How to enable two-factor authentication for your billing panel Print

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Note Enabling two-factor authentication adds another layer of security to your account. It is often referred to as 2FA and completely optional, but recommended feature. 

How it works:
After enabling 2FA, each attempt at logging into your billing panel will require an additional key. The key changes every 30 seconds and can be found on your smartphone.
Each key can only be used once. Follow the steps below to enable/disable 2FA on your account.


How to enable two-factor authentication on your billing panel:
1.
 Log in to your billing panel here.

2. In the top-right corner, click Account Settings then Security Settings.


3. Click the green button labeled, Click here to Enable.


4. 
To set it up, you will need to download one of the following apps on your smartphone: Authy (recommended) or Google Authenticator.


5. Once one of the smartphone apps are installed, click Get Started.


6.
Either scan the QR code with the smartphone app or enter the code manually.

7. Click Submit once you've inputted the authentication code. Code format: XXX XXX.


8. 
Make sure to record the Backup Code. This is a failsafe code in case you lose an authenticated device like your smartphone.


9. Now, every time you log into your billing panel, you'll be prompted to input the 2FA code from your phone. 


How to disable two-factor authentication on your billing panel:
1. Log in to your billing panel here.

2. In the top-right corner, click Account Settings then Security Settings.


3. Click the red button labeled, Click here to Disable.


4.
 Enter your billing panel password and click Disable Two-Factor Authentication.


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