Laravel includes Tinker, a REPL tool to interact with the Eloquent ORM and a lot of other items. Using this tool, you can update the user password. To do this, open Tinker:
$ php artisan tinker Psy Shell v0.7.2
Once you are in the interactive console, search for the user with the email@example.com email, update the password and persist the user in the database:
$user = App\User::where('email', 'firstname.lastname@example.org')->first(); $user->password = Hash::make('password'); $user->save(); exit();
And that’s all, folks.