[opencms-dev] problem changein Admin password
Mathias Lin | SYSVISION
mail at mathiaslin.com
Thu Aug 20 11:44:34 CEST 2009
The sql statement doesn't work because the password are stored encrypted.
You need to encrypt them:
Which encryption is being used - you can see in opencms-system.xml, which is
md5 by default.
Christoph P. Kukulies wrote:
> Yesterday I upgraded a site to 7.5.0 (my own playground site) and since it
> late in the night I had to leave it with the CMS login banner. Someone
> must have tried to break in (I changed the Admin password though in the
> first place) but this morning I could not log in anymore.
> I then did an
> update cms_users set user_password='some_password' where
> in mysql. But I still cannot login. The first login with the new
> password fails and a subsequent tells me that the account is closed for
> a certain time and I should try again later.
> How can I get arround this?
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