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Revoke API token – cPanel

Learn how to Revoke API token in cPanel. The cPanel APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) allow users to access the software’s built-in functionality without going through the web interface. To use the APIs, you send a command, and cPanel responds by carrying out an action, which could be to change a setting, perform a server administration task, or tell you some information.
The need for an API token is that a user will be able to log in into the server without the need for a password.
APIs help users and developers leverage cPanel’s server and hosting administration technologies to solve problems, save time, and build flexible tools for their users.


Video tutorial – Revoke API token – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – Revoke API token – cPanel

  1. cPanel

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Security section and click the Manage API Tokens link.

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  2. Manage API Tokens

    On the Manage API Tokens page, find the Token (in the Token table) you want to revoke and select it.

    If you revoke an API token, users will not be able to run any scripts or API functions using that token.

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  3. Revoke API

    Click the Revoke button at the top of the Table.

    To remove an API token on the command line, use the UAPI Tokens::revoke function.

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  4. Click the blue button Revoke Selected API Token to confirm.

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  5. Wait for the success message.



    Extilum cPanel - Revoke API token

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