Two-Factor Authentication Configuration

Two-factor authentication is an improved security measure that requires two forms of identification: your password and a generated security code. With Two-factor authentication enabled, an application on your smartphone supplies a code that you must enter with your password to log in.

Google Authenticator

Two-factor authentication requires a smartphone with a supported time-based one-time password app.

Step 1. Download App for your device

Download and Install Google Authenticator on your smartphone   or desktop.

For Android™, iOS®, and Blackberry® — Google Authenticator

Direct link to AppStore for iOS - Install Google Authenticator for iOS

Direct link to Google Play market for Android - Install Google Authenticator for Android

Step 2. Configuration

You can see a QR Code to scan with a mobile phone with the application of Google Authenticator installed. Or enter the code manually.

QR Code Two-factor authentication

Step 3. Activate Two-Factor Authentication

Now, your site access is protected by Two-Factor Authentication. Log out from your backend, you'll see that instead of asking for the username and password only, you will need to enter a secret key. The Secret Key is the six digit password you can see on your Google Authenticator screen.