[2.0.20] Password security

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[2.0.20] Password security

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MOD Name: Password security
Author: Underhill
MOD Description: When a new passord is entered, the user will receive a JavaScript warning


MOD Version: 1.1.1 (Updated 04/21/06)

Download File: passwordsecurity111.mod
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File Size: 9797 Bytes

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Post by webmacster87 »

MOD Validated/Released

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This MOD uses JavaScript to make recommendations on how potentially secure your password is when you register or change your password. Tips to make your password more secure are included.
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Post by badboy4ever »

Do you have a screenshot?

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Post by Underhill »

batlh ghajbe' De'wI'mey!
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Post by badboy4ever »

It would also be nice if you could add a check to see if the username is the same as the password so like if you have a username like '43110 /*Badboy*\' it would say the password is safe.

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Post by Underhill »

Hi,

good idea, use this:

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#
#-----[ FIND ]------------------------------------------------------------------
#

			if (counter_to_check <= 2)
			{


#
#-----[ BEFORE, ADD ]-----------------------------------------------------------
#

			if (pw_to_check == document.getElementsByName('username').username.value)
			{
				counter_to_check = 0;
			}
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Post by badboy4ever »

I have noticed a bug in firefox if you put a ASCII Character in the box it no longer changes so if its a unsafe and you put in a ASCII character like © it will not move and the person will think it is unsafe

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Post by Jane Doe »

hmm, i tried it with @ and it changes.
FF 1.5

qwertzu - unsafe
qwertzu@ - Not recommendable
qwertzu@1 - safe
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Post by badboy4ever »

It dosent work for things like that you have to put in a character that requires you to push alt eg ALT + 0169 = ©

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MOD Updated to version 1.1.0
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Post by Emperor_Slain »

Very useful.
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Post by PetulantPoetess »

I love it. It was easy to implement and works beautifully. Thank you.
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PetulantPoetess wrote: I love it. It was easy to implement and works beautifully. Thank you.


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good. thanks :)
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Post by younusrahman »

badboy4ever wrote: It would also be nice if you could add a check to see if the username is the same as the password so like if you have a username like '43110 /*Badboy*\' it would say the password is safe.


is it possible to check username. imean if anyone put user new then it will check if this username alredy have or not and in email also
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