How to Find cPanel Username and Password and Change the Password

NOTE: Your main cPanel and FTP details are allways the same. So if the cPanel password change, the FTP password will match it


Find And Change cPanel details on Personal, Business, and Premium Hosting

Step 1 - Log in to https://billing.digitalpacific.com.au.


Step 2 - Click on SERVICES

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Step 3 - Click MANAGE

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Step 4 - Click on View cPanel Details.

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Step 5 - If you wish to update the cPanel password, (1) change it first then Click (2) CHANGE PASSWORD

Here you will see your cPanel Username and Password. Click Change Password to update your cPanel Password

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Find And Change cPanel details on Reseller, VPS and Dedicated Server Hosting

Log into WHM then Search for and click on the List Accounts option



To Access cPanel
Click on the orange cP icon to access cPanel




To log into cPanel directly
you can use either the IP address or the domain name, at least one of the following links will work depending on how the domain's DNS is set up:

https://yourdomain.net.au/cpanel
https://cpanel.yourdomain.net.au
http://101.0.114.219:2082

The Username will be what's listed in WHM
The Password isn't recorded, but you can click the + sign next to the account in WHM and change the password without needing to know the old one