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Security Notice
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Version 1.4.15
Security Upgrade
Plugins - CPanel Password Changer
Category: Change password

This is a SquirrelMail plugin to allow users to change their own POP account password by transparently using the CPanel web hosting control panel files.

It also allows an existing "web protected" (htaccess) folder to be synched with the new password. (The protected folder must already by configured using the CPanel web protection utility and it must use the same username as the email account.)

NOTE: Requires the Compatibility Plugin to function correctly.

This plugin is up for adoption. If you want to maintain it, please mail to the plugins mailing list and state your intent.


Version 1.3
by Henri Straforelli on Sep 28, 2004
[ cpanel_pw_changer.1.3-1.3.tar.gz tarball (10375 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.3, Compatibility Plugin

Description:
  • Internationalization Support (still needs html_tags!)
  • Faster SM Loading Support
  • Lots of small misc fixes / cleanups
  • (These changes thanks to Jimmy Conner)

Older versions

Version 1.2
by Henri Straforelli on Aug 20, 2003
[ cpanel_pw_changer-1.2.tar.gz tarball (4282 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Compatibility plugin

Description:
  • Fixed a security problem. (Thanks John!)


Version 1.1
by Henri Straforelli on Jul 28, 2003
[ cpanel_pw_changer-1.1.tar.gz tarball (3078 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Compatibility plugin

Description:
  • Initial revision. Let me know if you have any comments, suggestions, etc...


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