Enter Password or click refresh icon to Generate random password.
Drupal is a well-known and effective open source CMS (content Management System), in contrast to Joomla and WordPress. It was first released on January 15, 2000, and as of 2018, its stable released version is 8.4.2. It is one of the most reliable CMS frameworks created in PHP. Excellent security, flexibility, and modularity are all features of Drupal. Drupal does not keep user passwords in plain text in order to provide the highest level of security. In the event that you or a site user forgets their Drupal password and you want to change it right away, you can do so by creating a hash of the password and replacing it in the user table of the database. However, it is impossible to construct a Drupal password hash manually, thus the Useotools.com team created this incredible one-click utility that does so.
The Drupal Password Hash Generator from Useotools.com enables users to generate hashes for Drupal with only one click. Simply enter the password whose hash you wish to produce, or click the refresh symbol next to the input field, and the tool will generate a strong random password for you. Next, choose your Drupal version. If you are using the most recent version of Drupal, choose New Hash, which will guarantee that the produced hash is based on the new algorithm in Drupal 8 and higher versions. If you are using an older version of Drupal than version 6, choose Legacy hash.
Useful Hint: When changing the password hash, make sure to clear the cache by using DELETE FROM cache entity WHERE cid = "values:user:1" or truncating table cache entity. Drupal 7 and 8 do not read users field data table directly.