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Changing Default Passwords In Nagios Fusion

The purpose of this document is to provide a guide on changing the default passwords for an existing Nagios Fusion installation to ensure a safe and secure monitoring environment. This includes changing the passwords for the Linux root user and the user accounts the Nagios Fusion software uses to access the MySQL/MariaDB databases.

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