On Aug 5th AMP made an update to it’s code in it’s wordpress plugin causing thousands of users to lose access to their websites.
We got a video together right away to help others get thier AMP WP websites fix this issue and get their websites up and running once again.
Watching the video makes it clear you need to access your file root directory from the file manager link in your cPanel.
Changing the name of your plugin folder to anything will eliminate this error code that is keeping you from logging into your control panel.
You need to access this folder via your webhost service. You can also use your FTP manager.
This error was so devastating to wordpress users because it also made SSL certificates give warnings to browsers that the sites were unsafe because of this coding issue.