This article describes how to change your cPanel password. This password enables you to log in to cPanel, MySQL, SSH, and your primary FTP account. You should change the password when you first set up your web site, and then periodically afterwards.
CHANGING YOUR CPANEL PASSWORD
To change your cPanel password, follow these steps:
- Log in to cPanel. For information about how to do this, please see this article.
- In the Preferences section of the cPanel home screen, click Change Password.
- In the Old Password text box, type your current password.
- In the New Password text box, type the new password that you want.
- In the New Password (again) text box, retype the new password. and cPanel generates a random, strong password for you.
- Select the Allow MySQL password change check box to change your MySQL password as well.
- Click The new password takes effect immediately.
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