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How to Reset your Control Panel password

Summary

This article will explain how to reset your cPanel (Hosting Account) password.



Resetting the password from within the cPanel

  1. Log into your Bluehost cPanel account.
  2. Locate the Preferences section.
  3. Locate and click the Change Password icon.


  4. Update cPanel Password


  5. Enter your current password in the Old Password text box.


  6. Enter Your Old Password


  7. Enter your new password in the New Password text box. Click Here for information about creating strong passwords.
  8. Enter your new password in the New Password (again) text box.


  9. Enter New Password


  10. Click the Change password button. This will take you to a completion page.
  11. Click the RELOGIN option. This will take you to a sign in page.
Note:It is recommended that you clear your browsers cookies, cache, browser history, and passwords If you need help clearing your browsers cache please see our article How to Clear Your Cache.

If you have forgotten the password

If you have forgotten your password we can send you a link to the email address, on file, to reset your password. Requesting the link:
  1. Go to BlueHost.com
  2. Click the Control Panel Login button.
  3. Click the "Forgotten Password" link
  4. Enter your Domain Name or Username
  5. Click "Lookup Account"
Reseting your password:
  1. Open the email sent from support@bluehost.com
  2. Click the reset password link
  3. Enter your new password in the New Password text box. Click Here for information about creating strong passwords.
  4. Enter your new password in the New Password (again) text box.
  5. Click the Change password button. This will take you to a completion page.
  6. Click the RELOGIN option. This will take you to a sign in page.
Note:It is recommended that you clear your browsers cookies, cache, browser history, and passwords If you need help clearing your browsers cache please see our article How to Clear Your Cache.
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