How to change the root Password using SSH

This article will show you how to change the root password for your Root Server using SSH

For security reasons we recommend you change the master password during your first SSH session.

To change your password, enter the command

$passwd

root in the prompt which displays, for example [email protected]. In the three prompt lines which follow, insert the information that asks for. Once you have done this, you will have changed your master password for your server successfully. Please make a note of the changed access data and make sure to keep it safe from unauthorized access.

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