As we know that Cloudflare is a free service & great solution for high traffic websites. It insures your website is fully protected & decreases your server load. For this reason, almost all the web hosting companies provide Cloudflare Service in the c Panel. Many times we forget the password. There is so much trouble and necessary to reset the account. Similarly, there is no option available in the cPanel for resetting Cloudflare account. You can stop Cloudflare from your website in cPanel but can not remove your account. Alternatively if you want to reset your Cloudflare account then you will need to remove Cloudflare account data. Cloudflare account data is saved in “cloudflare data.yaml” file, which stores in the cPanel directory. I deleted the file from the cPanel and my account was reset. It worked for me, you can also try.
How to reset Cloudflare account in c-Panel?
First login to your cPanel account. In cPanel find File manager option then follow these steps-
- Click on File Manager
- Select your domain.
- Choose Home Directory radio button.
- Tick the check box Show Hidden files (dotfiles)
- Click on Go button.
Now go to .cpanel >>datastore and find cloudflare_data.yaml select & delete the file.
That’s it Now you have been successfully reset your Cloudflare account in cPanel at default state.