How to Reset your cPanel Password

  • December 4, 2023

This article discusses various methods for resetting cPanel passwords. Depending on your hosting type, there are different ways to reset the password of your cPanel.

Method 1: Via the cPanel Login Page

To reset your cPanel password via the login page:

  1. Enter your cPanel's URL in a browser.
  2. Within your cPanel's login page, click the Reset Password link.
  3. On the next page, enter your cPanel username.
  4. Enter your signup email address, then click the Send Security Code button.
  5. Check your email account and take note of the security code.
  6. On the login page, enter your security code, then click Submit
  7. Provide your new password.
  8. Once you confirm your new password, click the Set Password button.
  9. A successful notification will be displayed on the next page. Click Log in to cPanel.
  10. Enter your cPanel username and new password to access your cPanel.

Method 2: Via cPanel (Password & Security section)

If you're already within cPanel and want to reset your cPanel password, you can do so through cPanel's Password & Security section.

To reset your password within cPanel:

  1. Click the User Menu icon located in the top-right corner of cPanel.
  2. Select Password & Security from the options.
  3. Enter your old cPanel password.
  4. Enter your signup email address, then click the Send Security Code button.
  5. Enter your new password twice. You may also use the Password Generator feature to create a secure password.
  6. Once done, click the Change your password now! button.

Method 3: Via WHM (for resellers)

The WHM allows you to change passwords for your individual cPanel accounts. If you are in Reseller hosting or unable to reset the password via the cPanel login page, follow the instructions below.

To reset your password within cPanel:

  1. Log in to WHM.
  2. Using the search bar on the left side, search for List Accounts.
  3. Select List Accounts.
  4. On the right-hand side, locate the cPanel account you wish to reset the password.
  5. Click the + icon beside the cPanel's domain.
  6. In the Change Password field, enter your preferred cPanel password.
  7. Click the Change button.
  8. A confirmation page will appear, notifying you of the password update.

Still having trouble?

If you have continued difficulty resetting your individual cPanel password, please contact the iEdit Network so we can assist you. We may request additional information to verify your identity. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

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