Where may I find passwords for fictitious Sandbox Accounts that PayPal creates automatically on its Developer site registration?
PayPal says: When you register as a PayPal developer on the Developer site, the Sandbox automatically creates a Business test account for you (such as pp.merch01-facilitator#example.com) and its associated NVP/SOAP API test credentials. A default Personal account (such as pp.merch01-buyer#example.com) is also created automatically That's great from PayPal, but where are their passwords? These accounts are pretty much useless without passwords. Have PayPal devs really forgot to include passwords for those accounts? Because there is neither links nor options nor fields nor anything to get or assign passwords for them.
Try the password for your regular PayPal account. You can always just create new test accounts from the Sandbox test site. If you create new accounts from there, it will let you enter your own password for the accounts.
For the test accounts you already have, if you go to Sandbox Test accounts you will see a list of accounts. Click any and you will see 2 options "Profile" | "Notifications". If you click on Profile you will see the option to change the password. PD: From the image you show, click any account to see the "Profile" option. In there you can change the password (without inputting the old one)
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