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How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your SpringBuilder Website?
How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your SpringBuilder Website?

Provide double security for your players on your SpringBuilder website

Karen Sahakyan avatar
Written by Karen Sahakyan
Updated over a week ago

SpringBuilder takes care of not only providing multifunctional but also secure websites for your players. To ensure tight security for accounts, we have added the Two-factor Authentication functionality: a security process providing two different aspects to verify themselves.

Why this is important?

Two-factor authentication adds an additional layer of security to the authentication process by making it harder to gain access to any device or online account. With this functionality, you can control access to sensitive systems and data that you provide.

How to turn on Two-factor authentication?

Just follow these two steps:

  1. In the Design mode, go to the User Account element settings > Dashboard > Sections > My Profile, and in the available list hit the eye icon next to Two-factor Authentication.

This step activates the Two-factor Authentication tab in the My Profile section in the Public mode.

2. The next step should be done by your players in the Public mode by turning on the Activate two-factor authentication switcher.

2.1 Players need to use a verification app, such as the Google Authenticator app, that will scan the barcode and get a code in order to log in successfully.

2.2 Below the barcode is the Set up Authenticator field where players should enter the code generated by the app (e.g. Google Authenticator) and click Verify.

How does it work?

After enabling Two-factor authentication in My Profile by a player, entering a verification code will be required. Players can also choose to trust the device using the checkbox and correspondingly determine the time period for the next authentication code from that very device.

That's it! With these steps, your accounts can be secure and only be accessed on devices you trust. 🚨

For any further questions or concerns, you may have, please visit the SpringBuilder Help Center for more information.

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