Change your password.
/msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org NEWPASS <oldpassword> <newpassword> <newpassword>
<oldpassword>- Your account password. This is to verify your identity while changing your password.
<newpassword>- The new password. The new password should be written twice for validation.
Your new password must be at last 6 characters long, contain at least one number and one letter, and may not contain sequences of letters or numbers. Your new password MUST be given twice, to check that you didn't mistype it. Your old password is needed for verification purposes.
For security reasons, the command should be sent to Q@CServe.quakenet.org and not Q.
After executing the command, an email will be sent to the account's email address with the ability to RESET the password to the old password. After the password has been changed, other critical settings (e.g. account password or email address) can't be changed for a few days due to security reasons, it can only be RESET.
If you have lost your account password you can use the REQUESTPASSWORD command to restore it.
To use the NEWPASS command you must be authed to an account.
This will set the password to john123 for an account with password 321notjohn:
`/msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org NEWPASS 321notjohn john123 john123`
Trying to set the command to Q:
`/msg Q NEWPASS 321notjohn john123 john123` `-Q- To prevent sensitive information being accidentally send to malicious users` `-Q- on other networks, when using the newpass command, you must use` `-Q- /msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org.`
Trying to use an incorrect password:
`/msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org NEWPASS notmypass newp4ssword newp4ssword` `-Q- Username or password incorrect.`
Trying to set a weak password:
`/msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org NEWPASS john123 password password` `-Q- Password too weak - You need to avoid repeating characters, and have different character types (e.g. 1 number and 1 letter)`
Trying to set a non-matching password:
`/msg Q@CServe.quakenet.org NEWPASS john123 password wordpass` `-Q- Sorry, but password do not match`
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