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[*] posted on 5-29-2023 at 09:26 PM
[New] lost password


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after i re install my pc i can not login to my forum, i try change recovery password not working , i try use other nik name admin to change password my super admin.. not working..
some one know how change password using ftp , seting or database ?
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[*] posted on 6-14-2023 at 07:52 PM


dmkapital3, you can use a tool to generate an MD5 hash for any password you want. Just copy/paste the new hash into your database, in the members table.

If you have the ability to run queries against the DB, you can use:

Code:
UPDATE xmb_members SET password="newMD5hash" WHERE username="User123" LIMIT 1;


You will need to replace "xmb_" with the appropriate label unless you stayed with the default settings. newMD5hash needs to be an MD5 hash (Google: MD5 hash generator) and of course User123 should be the account you are manually setting the password to.

I will sign up on your board and try to get in touch with you.
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[*] posted on 7-15-2023 at 11:47 AM


Sometimes it's easier to register a new username and then use SQL to change the user status to super admin. Then there's no fiddling with password hashes.
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