Why I get access not allowed after changing password on PHPmyAdmin?

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Sometimes when you change password for a account, it will say that mySQL pasword was changed (but it is either left the old one or added wrong one) so when you login to cPanel and start PhpMyAdmin you will get access not allowed error.

Workaround:
go to section MYSQL in whm and change passwords for users in that database once again. :)

How to find passwords saved in google Chrome browser

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Most browsers will ask if you want your passwords saved so when you’re next jumping around the web, logging into sites is that bit easier.

Of course, you’d like think those passwords are squirrelled away where no one can dig them up, but in Chrome they’re pretty easy to find. As highlighted by software developer Elliott Kember recently, getting access to the list of saved passwords requires only that you point the browser at

chrome://settings/passwords

(or simply find the password management option in advanced settings) and click on one of the saved entries. A small “show” button will then appear next to the hidden password — hit that and it’ll be revealed.

How to change Android keystore file and Alias passwords

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Keystore is used for publishing your Android application APK file, it only has one password and You can change it using keytool, placed in:

c:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre7\\bin\\keytool.exe

to change Keystore main Password:

keytool -storepasswd -keystore your.keystore

Enter keystore password:
New keystore password:
Re-enter new keystore pasword:

to change Keystore alias Passwords:

keytool -keypasswd -keystore your.keystore -alias your-alias-name

Enter keystore password:
Enter key password for <your-alias-name>:
New key password for <your-alias-name>:
Re-enter new key password for <your-alias-name>: