Brian Dunning's FileMaker Custom Functions

checkEffectiveBitSize ( value )

Test the strength of a password entered by the user.

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  Sample input:
checkEffectiveBitSize ( "P@ssw0rd" )
  Sample output:
52

  Function definition: (Copy & paste into FileMaker's Edit Custom Function window)

This function evaluates the bit strength of a users input.

For example, if a user entered the following:
password

The effective bit size of 'password' is 38-bits.

If the user entered:
Password

The effective bit size of 'password' is 46-bits.

If the user entered:
P@ssw0rd

The effective bit size of 'password' is 52-bits.

The higher the bit size, the stronger the password.

 

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