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There's also a built in password generator in cpanel. I use it every once and a while.
 
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There's also a built in password generator in cpanel. I use it every once and a while.
For .htaccess? If not, then that means nothing. Because this is what it looks like:
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username:$apr1$J4y6KVJJ$1UAIAnFUwHvsi/o7350Ul.
password is password
 

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For .htaccess? If not, then that means nothing. Because this is what it looks like:
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username:$apr1$J4y6KVJJ$1UAIAnFUwHvsi/o7350Ul.
password is password
No it's for passwords in general. Every Cpanel has one.
 

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No it's for passwords in general. Every Cpanel has one.
Well, you would generate a random password, then you would go the htpasswd generator and put in a username and that generated password to get the right output for what you want.
 

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I prefer dashlane, 29.99 a year and its ******* worth it that you can sync it on all device make up passwords save them credit cards, personal info its awesome and it lets you know when a site you have an account on has been compromised and can change the password right there with your approval. www.dashlane.com
 

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I prefer dashlane, 29.99 a year and its ******* worth it that you can sync it on all device make up passwords save them credit cards, personal info its awesome and it lets you know when a site you have an account on has been compromised and can change the password right there with your approval. www.dashlane.com
I also use Dashlane.
 
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There is no better one I mean lastpass comes close, but thats it close and thats a stretch at best.
 

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Well, you would generate a random password, then you would go the htpasswd generator and put in a username and that generated password to get the right output for what you want.
You got the wrong idea. What I was talking about isn't for .htaccess

It's a password generator for you cpanel account.