The default username and password for RabbitMQ


Default username and password rabbitMQ

If you have installed RabbitMQ on your device or on Docker and started its service without setting the username or password, you can make use of the default ones,


username: guest

password: guest

Note: It is not recommended to use RabbitMQ using the default credentials on server instances, if you are using docker better use make use of the environment variables RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_USER & RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_PASS

Example:
% docker run -d --name uat-rabbitmq -e RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_USER=uatuser -e 
RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_PASS=secrectpassword rabbitmq:3-management
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