How to Secure cPanel from Hackers

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How to Secure cPanel from Hackers
How to Secure cPanel from Hackers

How to Secure cPanel from Hackers

Two-Factor Authentication for cPanel

Two-factor authentication, also known as 2FA or two-step verification, is an optional feature designed to prevent anyone but you from accessing your hosting account by requiring two identity verification forms: your password and an authentication code. 2FA is ideal for anyone looking to increase their account security because stealing your password isn’t enough for hackers to access your account. They would also need access to your mobile device or email account, depending on how you set it up.

In this Article we are going to show you How to Secure cPanel from Hackers using 2FA (Two-factor authentication).

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security measure that requires two forms of identification. After you enter your password, you must enter a security code. An application on your smartphone supplies this code. Without your smartphone, you cannot log in.

To add Two-Factor Authentication for cPanel follow these steps,

  1. Login to cPanel
  2. Search 2FA in cPanel search bar
  3. Setup 2FA
Setup 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication)

Search “2FA / Authentication’ then click on Two-Factor Authentication.

2FA

Now in Two-Factor Authentication page click on Set Up Two-Factor Authentication.

setep 2FA

To Setup Two-Factor Authentication You Need to install 2FA application for your mobile. Here are the best and recommended applications.

After installed 2FA application scan the QR code. Then Add security code in your cPanel to Configure Two-Factor Authentication.

add security code

Click on Configure Two-Factor Authentication button. After that you will receive success message.

2FA suceess message

That’s all. If you have any problem click here to get support from TechEdutricks Community.


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Danushka Sanjeewa
Danushka Sanjeewa is a Software engineer with more than 5 years of experience in Android App Development, Web Development, Marketing, Graphic design, Video editing, and WordPress. And also Writer/Founder of TechEduTricks.com.

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