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Use Application Passwords to authenticate users without providing their passwords directly. Instead, a unique password is generated for each application without revealing the user’s main password. Application passwords can be revoked for each application individually. Important: Application Passwords can be used only for authenticating API requests such as REST API and XML-RPC, and they won’t work for regular site logins. Contribute Translate the plugin into your language. Report issues, suggest features and contribute code on GitHub. Creating Application Password Manually Go the User Profile page of the user that you want to generate a new application password for. To do so, click Users on the left side of the WordPress admin, then click on the user that you want to manage. Scroll down until you see the Application Passwords section. This is typically at the bottom of the page. Within the input field, type in a name for your new application password, then click Add New. Note: The application password name is only used to describe your password for easy management later. It will not affect your password in any way. Be descriptive, as it will lead to easier management if you ever need to change it later. Once the Add New button is clicked, your new application password will appear. Be sure to keep this somewhere safe, as it...
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