This used to be a manual operation performed by a system admin. Typically this was/is for users who use their main cPanel account for the MySQL access credentials when configuring something like wordpress. Making the passwords distinct prevented an exploit in something like wordpress from giving the perp access to the cPanel account.Can I ask - under what circumstance would the user's mysql password be different from the cpanel password? I'm not aware of any option they may have of changing it.
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