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September 8, 2012

How to Force Strong Password on Users in WordPress

We have already noticed other sites requiring their users to have a strong password. Bluehost requires their users to have a strong password for email in cPanel. Arstechnica wrote a great article on why passwords have never been weaker — and crackers have never been stronger. While WordPress has a password strength meter that shows user how strong…

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