How to change cPanel Password and Protect your Account on WebManager.NG

With the widespread of cyber threats and attacks, having several security measures to safeguard your online presence is not a bad idea.

In this guide, you will learn how to change your client area and cpanel password, as well as enable two-factor authentication on your hosting accounts.

How to Change Your Client Area Password

To get started, visit WebManager.NG home page and click on the login/register button. Register if you are new and log in if you’ve got an account.

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Once you are logged into your dashboard, you can do one or both of these:

Account Security

  1. Click on the drop-down arrow beside your name; a list of options will pop up.
  2. Click on “Account Security” – in there, you might decide to off or on the single sign-on option. as It is on by default.

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Change Password

  1. In the drop-down menu, there is an option to change your password
  2. Click on it and change your password

Security Question and Setup Two-Factor Authentication

In addition, you might want to change your password if you notice it has been breached, and set up two-factor authentication on your account. To do so, click on  that same drop-down menu and navigate to “security settings”

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  1. Choose from the list of security questions presented when you click on the field below “Please choose a security question” and click on ‘Save changes’.
  2. Click on the button with the text: “Click here to enable”. From there, head on to configure two-factor authentication for your account.

How to Change a Cpanel Password.

1. Log into your Cpanel account using this guide if you don’t know how to.

2. Click on the user icon.

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3. Click on password and security

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4. Set up a strong password or generate a password.

Two-Factor Authentication

In addition to setting a strong password, you might want to set up two-factor authentication on your cPanel. To do that:

1. Scroll down to the security section in your cPanel and click on two-factor ‘authentication’. WebManager.NG Website Images

4. Go ahead to set up two-factor authentication.

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This simple guide is all you need to safeguard your Cpanel and hosting account for now. Please stay tuned for more security tips and updates.

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