Download Kendo UI and try out the validator on your own forms.
And remember - if this whole 'web development' thing never takes off, there's always a future in politics!
To test, check the Password needs reset box on a user record then login with that user.
Validation will occur at the point that the user attempts to set the password.
Even if the team can work out which service these refer to [*], it's seldom clear whether they are the result of current phishing campaigns, information left over from years ago, or even fake details published by intruders who want to inflate their claims.
There's little benefit in warning people of compromises of accounts or credentials that are no longer live, so how can teams work out which passwords are real and current?
Security located here) Framework Code to see whats really happens there, but i cant step into this assembly, may be because of this Easily i may step into any another .
Now i have only one idea how ti fix it - to override method On Validating Password(Validate Password Event Args e). May be some one may help: 1) Any ideas why On Validating Password not working?
The obvious approach would be to try to log in to the account, but under most legal systems that's likely to constitute (attempted) unauthorised access.
In some countries such access may still be lawful if the person’s intention is not malicious, but UK law doesn’t contain that defence.
The Error Message function can be used to return error messages on the change password screen.
You can try this Installation Exit in your instance by checking the "active" flag and updating the record.
Asking for permission to test every account would involve as much work as simply passing on all the account details, but fortunately that probably isn't necessary.