Forcing strong passwords to registered users is also important way to protect WordPress sites from being hacked. Yeah that’s true because mostly we use very easy passwords and attackers use the method of brute force to figure out the most common passwords and use them via hacking software to hack into your WordPress sites.

Most of the websites got hacked just because of keeping easy passwords yet weak. FYI: A strong password requires symbols like ! ” ? $ % ^ &. WordPress have made this easier to know if a password is strong or not by adding a JavaScript-powered indicator in user profile for making sure that user has entered a strong password. However, there is no way to stop users entering weak passwords. In this article, we’ll teach you how to force strong passwords to registered users in WordPress?

Force Strong Password to Registered Users in WordPress

Force Strong Passwords in WordPress

It is simply a WordPress plugin which duplicates the WP JavaScript password strength checker codes in PHP, and forces users with executive powers to use a strong password. Download, install and activate the plugin Force Strong Passwords. After being installed the plugin, it will work automatically if there would be any user having weak password it will force the user to keep strong password in order to publish_posts, upload_files, and edit_published_posts.