Some of our users got purchased the web cronjobs script. As a result, they have asked for more tutorials about the script. Last day, we have taught you that how can you create a cronjob website using web cronjobs. In this post, we will show you that how to change web cronjobs password in the right way.
Why Change Web Cronjobs Password?
By default, web cronjob website comes with the username admin and password admin. Using those default credentials aren’t safe. Any of your website visitor or user knows about the default credentials, they can simply change it.
So, you may want to consider changing the default website credentials. Let’s begin.
First of all, go to your website and log in to the system.
Expand the account settings.
There, you can see an option for changing the account password.
Enter your current password, new password and confirm it. After entering those, simply click on the update password button.
On the next screen, you can see a success message.
That’s it! This is how you can change web cronjobs password in the right way.
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