Posts tagged 'feature-breached-password-detection'

  • Breached password detection best practices

    Breached password detection may be the wave of the future, but some third-party solutions are better than others. Performance, flexibility, ease of use, user experience, and value can vary greatly. Keep these best practices in mind when choosing the solution that is right for your organization.

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  • Breached Password Detection: How to Lock User Accounts with a Webhook

    Suppose you have an application to which access is so sensitive that if any user’s password is found to be breached, the account should immediately be locked; the user should not be able to sign in. While you can force a user to change their password out of the box, an outright lock option isn’t built-in. What can you do?

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  • How to enable breached password detection with FusionAuth

    While there are many ways for people to authenticate with online systems, usernames and passwords are still commonly used credentials. Unfortunately, many passwords have been compromised and made available on the Internet. When combined with the fact that users often reuse passwords across different systems, this means that your application or site may be at risk through no fault of your own.

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