Is TrustedLogin really the best way to share login credentials for a WordPress site?

Yes, it is! It’s more secure than sharing passwords in emails or storing passwords in support ticket notes.

Every time a customer shares a login and password with you, they are giving you a major responsibility (and liability). With TrustedLogin, you are not required to store the login information; it is stored encrypted in TrustedLogin servers, while the key to unlock the data is stored on your site.

TrustedLogin is the easier and more secure way to provide support for customer websites:

  • When support agents are granted access to a site, they will only need to click a link to log in.
  • TrustedLogin links require users have access to your own website first.
  • Logins auto-expire
  • Customer access keys can be securely shared in public (for use on public support forums)