When you set up a new account with us, we send your password by email. While we do use encryption where possible, not all mail servers support this so we can’t guarantee that your password hasn’t been sent in clear text.
We therefore recommend that you change your password before storing any data on your filesystem.
Unix, Mac and Linux users can do this from the terminal;
ssh -t [email protected] "passwd"
Windows users will need to use an SSH tool from WSL or use PuTTY plink command available from here;
plink.exe -t [email protected] "passwd"