Checking password strength with CrackLib

Monday, July 26th, 2010|Beginner tips, Version 3|by Romans|4 Comments

Password complexity is a fine balance between memorable passwords and crack-able passwords. But how you measure that? For instance “john192″ is much easier to crack than “9john2″. However password strength tests approach both with the same algorithm. Even company policies are being made up requiring passwords to cary certain amount of digits or symbols.

A fine line is drawn by a CrackLib – a library coming a long way from Unix and designed for a single purposes of assessing password strength. This article is about how to integrate CrackLib into password verification field.

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