Forgetting Passwords Sucks! But don't you worry, We've got your back!

is a Password Reset as Service Script, a simple and fast way to reset and recover your Wordpress password. It takes less than Five minutes and requires no technical skills.

Reset for $2.99

Warning! pwreset script only works with Self-Hosted version of Wordpress, If you're using wordpress.com and you've forgotten your password, there is nothing we can do.

Why?

to recover your forgotten your Wordpress Username/Password, you need to get your hands dirty, you need to find a way to connect to your database, where all the users and other information about your website is stored. This could be a complicated process depending on your hosting environment.

This could be complicated and time consuming, especially if you are not a technical person. Your other solution would be to hire someone to do it for you. Or you can simply do it with few clicks via our Service!

How it works?

We've developed an script, a single file that let you to reset your wordpress password, with a Single click. Cool right? The best part is you don't even need to remember your username! the interface simply shows all your wordpress users and let you reset their passwords with a single click!

To use our Script you simply have to buy it for your site! it costs $2.99 per site, once you've made the payment you will receive a file. You then should upload this file in your Wordpress home directory. You can do this via FTP or your Control Panel, if it seems complicated, don't worry we've got some tutorials for you.

Don't know you should use the script? Don't worry, we have quick tutorials that shows how you can upload pwdreset in your hosting.

How to use in your hosting?

  • Step 1 Login into cPanel
  • Step 2 choose File Manager under the files section
  • Step 3 Select “Upload” from the icons at the top.
  • Step 4 Navigate to where you've saved pwdreset.php on your local computer by selecting the “Choose File” button.
  • Step 5 Select the file and click “Open“. Once the file is finished uploading you can click on the link in the center of the screen to return to the folder you uploaded the file to.
  • Step 6 Now open your website in the browser like https://www.mywebsite.com/pwdreset.php
  • Step 7 You'll now see the list of users in your website, click on the RESET button on the right side of the username. You'll then see the new Password.
  • Step 8 Confirm that the password is changed! then remove the script from your host. This is a very important step.

  • Step 1 Login into Plesk
  • Step 2 Click the Files tab.
  • Step 3 Go to the path where your CMS is installed, it is usually within httpdocs, then click on upload files.
  • Step 4 Navigate to where you've saved pwdreset.php on your local computer by selecting the “Choose File” button.
  • Step 5 Select the file and click “Open“. Once the file is finished uploading you can click on the link in the center of the screen to return to the folder you uploaded the file to.
  • Step 6 Now open your website in the browser like https://www.mywebsite.com/pwdreset.php
  • Step 7 You'll now see the list of users in your website, click on the RESET button on the right side of the username. You'll then see the new Password.
  • Step 8 Confirm that the password is changed! then remove the script from your host. This is a very important step.

  • Step 1 Login into DirectAdmin
  • Step 2 Click on "File Manager" icon.
  • Step 3 Go to the path where your CMS is installed, it is usually within public_html, click on "NEW" button and Select "Upload Files"
  • Step 4 Navigate to where you've saved pwdreset.php on your local computer by selecting the “Choose File” button.
  • Step 5 Select the file and click “Upload“. Once the file is finished uploading you can click on the link in the center of the screen to return to the folder you uploaded the file to.
  • Step 6 Now open your website in the browser like https://www.mywebsite.com/pwdreset.php
  • Step 7 You'll now see the list of users in your website, click on the RESET button on the right side of the username. You'll then see the new Password.
  • Step 8 Confirm that the password is changed! then remove the script from your host. This is a very important step.

  • Step 1 Login to your FTP Server
  • Step 2 Navigate to the directory where your CMS is installed.
  • Step 3 Upload pwdreset.php from your local computer to your CMS root directory.
  • Step 4 Now open your website in the browser like https://www.mywebsite.com/pwdreset.php
  • Step 5 You'll now see the list of users in your website, click on the RESET button on the right side of the username. You'll then see the new Password.
  • Step 6 Confirm that the password is changed! then remove the script from your host. This is a very important step.