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202           return new WP_Error('invalid_key', __('Invalid key'));
204      $user = $wpdb->get_row($wpdb->prepare("SELECT * FROM $wpdb->users WHERE user_activation_key = %s AND user_login = %s", $key, $login));
205      if ( empty( $user ) )
206           return new WP_Error('invalid_key', __('Invalid key'));
208      // Generate something random for a password...
209      $new_pass = wp_generate_password();
211      do_action('password_reset', $user, $new_pass);
213      wp_set_password($new_pass, $user->ID);
214      update_usermeta($user->ID, 'default_password_nag', true); //Set up the Password change nag.
215      $message  = sprintf(__('Username: %s'), $user->user_login) . "\r\n";
216      $message .= sprintf(__('Password: %s'), $new_pass) . "\r\n";
217      $message .= site_url('wp-login.php', 'login') . "\r\n";
219      // The blogname option is escaped with esc_html on the way into the database in sanitize_option
220      // we want to reverse this for the plain text arena of emails.