Raspbian is no longer a default password and username for the Raspberry Pi OS. This means that each time you reboot, you will need to create a user account and a password. However, this feature was present in older versions of the operating systems. You likely already know that leaving default passwords on devices is insecure.
Anyone with malicious intent and knowledge of stock credentials can easily locate them online. We also provide information about older versions of Raspberry Pi OS/ Raspbian default logins.
The Raspberry Pi OS default username & password
RaspberryPi.org indicates that the default Raspberry Pi login credentials are the Pi username as well as the Raspberry Pi user password.
Protect your Raspberry Pi OS online from threats by changing your default password immediately. If the default password hasn’t been changed in a while, it may still be used.
Resetting the password on Raspberry Pi OS is easy.
Once logged in, open Terminal. Enter the password command. Enter the password command.
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To delete the password of an account on the Raspberry Pi’s Raspberry Pi, use su passwd [USERNAME] & -d. Always keep a copy of your password for each account.
This command allows you to add new users to your Raspberry Pi.
To ensure security, you should always keep your Raspberry pi up to date
Success! Change the default password for Raspberry Pi OS
You can change your default password on the Raspberry Pi 4, as well as any other model. This is one of many ways you can make sure your Raspberry Pi’s security is maintained. It’s worth taking the time to verify that your Raspberry Pi is secure.