How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication
With two-factor authentication (2FA), you can further secure your vpsmodel account.
vpsmodel supports Google Authenticator for two-factor authentication. To get started, first install the Google Authenticator app on your phone.
Once you've installed Google Authenticator, log in to vpsmodel and click 2-Step Auth on your Settings page.
Then, enter your vpsmodel account password. You'll be shown a QR code.
Scan the QR code with the Google Authenticator app. You'll now see an entry for vpsmodel in Google Authenticator along with a six-digit code that changes every 30 seconds.
To enable two-factor auth for your Account, enter the current six-digit code you see in the Google Authenticator app into the confirmation box in vpsmodel.
If the confirmation code you entered wasn't accepted, re-enter your password in vpsmodel to attempt the confirmation again.
Once the confirmation code is accepted, two-factor authentication will be enabled for your account. From now on, you'll need to enter the code from your Google Authenticator app every time you log in to vpsmodel until 2FA is disabled.
Using Multiple Phones
If you have multiple phones you need to configure with Google Authenticator, you can view the current QR code by again clicking 2-Step Auth on your Account page in ServerPilot. Enter your password to view the current QR code.
Alternatively, you can record the TOTP key shown under the QR code and enter that TOTP manually in Google Authenticator on your additional phones. The TOTP key will remain the same until you disable two-factor authentication for your account.