Password Strength verification with jQuery

Stable Version 1.0.2 (O11)
Also available for 10
Published on 06 December 2018 by 
Created on 30 October 2018
This demo application is an example of how to check password strength and a sample form that validate the password policy at client side by using jQuery.
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This example of password policy will check below minimum requirements:

At least 1 lower case character.

At least 1 number.At least 1 special character.

Copy or reference "WBPasswordSecurityJS" web-block to use it on your application.

Have fun and enforce good passwords.

What’s new (1.0.2)

Minor changes

Reviews (1)
in version 1.0.1
Works well, but i ran into some problems with ordering. If the widget was placed before the input fields it did not work. Should be possible to work around this with an ajax refresh
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