Hi there, twitter-luckyankit, and thank you for your feedback!!
All this query arouse because I have been offered to manage a website which I did not create. The owner wants to change his current webmaster, and, while I am not specialist, I can definetely manage myself to make the kind of changes and updates that he needs to do.
The problem here is that the owner has never been involved in the website management, he does not know the credentials used by the webmaster. So, this is a problem and a limitation.
Because the only information retrieved from WHOIS is that the domain is active in Cloudflare, I decided to ask here if there was any possible way to discover a account´s hosting provider.
With that information, I was planning to get in touch with this hosting provider and ask them if they could at least provide the email with which the hosting account had been signed up.
In this way, in case my potential client has access to this email, he could always try “forgot password”. from his wp-login.php. and may be he could recover his password.
That was all I figured out as to how to recover the credentials because, and then, answering to your question, Yes, As far as I could see, yes, the website has been created with WordPress and uses Woocommerce.
As you can read in the last post, I was suggested to ask the potential client to provide his Cloudflare Account. While this sound only logical, it is also sounds pretty funny: my potential client doesn´t even know what Cloudflare is at all. So this suggestion unfortunately has to be aborted.
So, regarding where you wrote "Although I can still find the original hosting too." I don´t know if this is ethical to ask, (I have been so ill treated and missunderstood in this post that now I have my doubts).
However, in case that you can provide this information, or teach me how I can also get it, I will be so much grateful.
Again, thank you very much for contributing to this post