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OnVerifyPasswordStrength

This event allows you to verify an entered password. The password is accepted only when it meets specified complexity requirements.

 

Signature:

function OnVerifyPasswordStrength ($password, &$result, &$passwordRuleMessage)

 

Parameters:

$password

The entered password.

$result

It must be set to true if entered password meets complexity requirements or to false otherwise.

$passwordRuleMessage

The message to be displayed if entered password does not meet complexity requirements

 

Example:

The following code accepts only passwords with 8 and more characters in length, including at least one upper case letter, one lower case letter, one number and one special character.

 

$atleastOneUppercaseRule   = preg_match('@[A-Z]@', $password);

$atleastOneLowercaseRule   = preg_match('@[a-z]@', $password);

$atleastOneNumberRule      = preg_match('@[0-9]@', $password);

$atleastOneSpecialCharRule = preg_match('@[^\w]@', $password);

 

$result = 

  strlen($password) >= 8 &&

  $atleastOneUppercaseRule &&

  $atleastOneLowercaseRule &&

  $atleastOneNumberRule &&

  $atleastOneSpecialCharRule;

 

$passwordRuleMessage = 

  'Password must be at least 8 characters in length ' . 

  'and must include at least one upper case letter, ' . 

  'one lower case letter, one number, and one special character.';

 



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