How to change the passwords for the administrative users of CYBERQUEST application
CYBERQUEST has the default users with administrative rights:
Virtual of physical appliance user (Linux machine):
Web application user:
This guide treats the password changing for the appliance superadmin and root users (the administrative user for the machine that hosts CYBERQUEST processing server - usually a virtual machine running a Linux distribution - Debian or Ubuntu).
On the virtual machine (VM), the superadmin account can connect via ssh or console and has "sudo" privileges on the machine.
The root account is only available during interactive logon and we advise NOT to use it. In future versions it will be disabled.
To change passwords for the appliance administrative users (superadmin and root) use the following procedure:
Access CYBERQUEST server
Access the CYBERQUEST server via ssh or console and login with superadmin user.
Changing root & superadmin password
To change the root account password open a shell prompt and type the passwd command to change root password in Debian Linux:
sudo passwd root
To change the superadmin account password open a shell prompt and type the passwd command to change root password in Debian Linux:
sudo passwd superadmin