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Question mail server password change

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I have configured server from here, now I want to change the passwords of my server like the OS root user, mysql ispconfig etc.
Please tell me which (application's) passwords should I change and how to maintain better security.
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Hello !
I have configured server from here, now I want to change the passwords of my server like the OS root user, mysql ispconfig etc.
Please tell me which (application's) passwords should I change and how to maintain better security.
Sorry for the re-post. I cant find how to delete or disable this post. the real post is here. Please help me here.
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