2fa Temporarily disable

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What is the best way for me to allow an outside developer access to my amp and cpanel for 3 to 5 days


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Ronnie H.
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Hi, Samo! You should never provide outside developers with AMP access. The Account Management Panel contains personal financial information and ownership details. Giving your developer AMP access is like giving your plumber power of attorney. Other than making sure AutoSSL is enabled and pointing your domain, there is nothing developer related in AMP-- and both of those issues are easily carried out yourself with our step by step guides!

As for cPanel itself, it's easy to temporarily remove two factor authentication. Just remember that 2FA is not automatically restarted when your developer is done-- you will need to log back in and re-enable it yourself!

I'd also suggest changing your cPanel password both before and after giving your developer access. Hope that helps!

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Ronnie H.
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Hi, Samo! You should never provide outside developers with AMP access. The Account Management Panel contains personal financial information and ownership details. Giving your developer AMP access is like giving your plumber power of attorney. Other than making sure AutoSSL is enabled and pointing your domain, there is nothing developer related in AMP-- and both of those issues are easily carried out yourself with our step by step guides!

As for cPanel itself, it's easy to temporarily remove two factor authentication. Just remember that 2FA is not automatically restarted when your developer is done-- you will need to log back in and re-enable it yourself!

I'd also suggest changing your cPanel password both before and after giving your developer access. Hope that helps!