Changing your account details (self serve)
The ASF uses a self serve site for managing account information about committers.
The site can be found at: https://id.apache.org
On this site, you can log on and change your credentials such as password, email, SSH key information and more.
Lost your password?
If you have misplaced or forgotten your password, you can reset it by following the instructions at: https://id.apache.org/reset/enter .
This requires you to still have access to the email account associated with your Apache account. A reset key is only valid for 15 minutes, so be sure to use it as soon as it arrives.
NOTE: If you have added a GPG key to your account the password reset will be encrypted with that key, so you'll need extra intervention if you have lost/ forgotten that key.
Locked out of the system?
If you have forgotten your password and cannot retrieve it, you should contact Infrastructure for further information. This can be done via firstname.lastname@example.org .
When asking for a manual password reset or email change, please consider the following:
- If you have access to an ASF machine via SSH (with a private key), you can use this to prove your identity.
- If you don't have access to anything to prove your identity, you may be asked to file a new ICLA to confirm your identity.