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After adding right password fornt side wp,

post not open and it's say

Not Found Apologies, but the page you requested could not be found. Perhaps searching will help.

how to solve this?

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I just checked a 3.5.1 install and can't duplicate this. I do remember having what might be the same issue on a previous version. Please add debugging information, disable your plugins, and switch themes to see if that helps. –  s_ha_dum Apr 17 '13 at 12:53

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if you have custom password request form, make sure that you made updates to it. as for me after updating from 3.3 to 3.5 i realized that password request form action attribute have been changed from

/wp-pass.php to /wp-login.php?action=postpass

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I have not run into the "page not found" error but I did run into an issue where the content was not showing up after entering a password. After some WordPress debugging I found JetPack was crashing when trying to render the content due to missing php-xml (XML Dom Document support) and php-mbstring (Multibyte support) modules. Installed both and restarted the web server to solve the problem.

Details are here if you are interested.

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Try this and you can atleast log-in to your admin panel. Go to the phpmyadmin or your database operator and go to the users table and change the password following these steps.

 1.Choose a new password.
 2. Encrypt it using md5 hash.
 3. Copy the hash string and paste it into your password column.
 4. Now try logging in using your new password.
 5. once you are logged in then do not forget to Change the password using the wordpress user menu.

If you do not have the database password go to the wp-config file using FTP and check your database password there.

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