Password Strength

This plugin shows the strength of you passwords by telling you how long time it would take to brute force them.

Password Strength tries to calculate how many possibilities the hacker needs to try to guess your password. It makes the assumption that it is possible to test 2800 000 000 of passwords per second – something that, according to ElcomSoft, is possible with Windows Vista passwords, a high end graphics card and the ElcomSoft Distributed Password Recovery software.

How to use Password Strength

You need two html elements to use ‘Password Strength’; an input field and an element to show the time in.

  1. $( element ).pwdstr('#time');

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