Are you facing the frustrating “Error: 500 – incorrect_password” message in your application, even though you’re certain that the password is correct?
Don’t worry; you’re not alone in this. In the world of technology, glitches can pop up unexpectedly. I’m here to help you understand and resolve this issue.
Understand the Error Message
Let’s break down what’s happening here. The error message you’re encountering seems to be a server-side issue, denoted by the “Error 500.” It suggests that something is amiss on the server’s end.
However, the message specifies “incorrect_password,” even when you’re confident that your password is correct. This can be quite perplexing.
While downgrading to a previous version may temporarily resolve the problem, it’s not an ideal long-term solution. Here are a few alternative approaches to consider:
1. Plugin Compatibility
Look into any plugins or extensions you have installed. In the discussion, it was discovered that the “WP-API/Basic-Auth” plugin was causing issues. You might want to review your plugins for any that could be conflicting.
2. Use Standard Login
As a temporary workaround, you can use standard WordPress login credentials instead of application passwords. While this may not be as secure, it can help you continue working without interruptions.
3. Update or Replace Plugins
If a plugin is causing the issue, check if there are updates available or look for alternatives. Sometimes, newer versions of plugins can address compatibility issues.
So, what do you think? Have you encountered similar issues before, or do you have your own solutions to share? Let’s keep the conversation going and help each other out. 😊