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The function of WPassword is to allow site administrators and owners to enable strong password policies. This post highlights the main features of this WordPress plugin.

Password policies

The below is a list of password policies you can enforce and configure with this plugin to ensure strong user passwords:

  • Require both lower and upper case characters in passwords
  • Specify the minimum length (number of characters) of passwords
  • Require numeric digits in passwords
  • Require special characters, such as ! and ? in passwords
  • Configure a Password lifetime period / expiration policy
  • Configurable password history so users do not use the same password multiple times
  • Reset user’s password after first time login
  • Force user(s) to reset password on next login
  • Automatically lock user accounts after a number of failed log-in attempts

Other plugin & password security features

When using WPassword you can also:

  • Reset the passwords of all the users with a single click
  • Inactive users management (automatically disable inactive WordPress users)
  • Require inactive users to reset their password before they log back in to the site
  • Exempt specific users or user roles from the password policies
  • Disable the automatic generation of passwords in WordPress (optional)
  • Configure different password policies for different user roles, including custom ones
  • Specify if users’ sessions should be terminated instantly or not when a password is expired
  • Configurable from email address and display name
  • Receive a weekly email with a summary of password activity such as a list of users who changed their passwords, got locked, out etc.
  • Out of the box support for custom login pages
  • Support for custom password reset and user profile pages
  • Legacy applications support; specify which special characters are not allowed in passwords

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