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Webflow is becoming a robust enterprise-grade CMS and it should have disaster prevention mechanisms. If an important company has its website hosted on Webflow, it is vulnerable to content alterations / possible malicious code injection by bad intentioned employees / unauthorized access to the editor.
It would be awesome if live domains would require someone's authorization to publish changes. Just as basic email validation works, any given user could receive an email with a link to push a batch of changes.