cPanel and level password account

jlucho

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hi friends


cpanel or another independent provider, have some script, to check the current level of complexity of the keys of the hosting accounts, and of the mails of users?

is there a script, that issues a report with the weak keys?
 

jlucho

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I want to know, if cPanel offers some tool to know, that passwords that currently use some mail user, is very weak, in order to communicate with these users and harden their post keys
 

jlucho

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how could I get a list of the accounts of mails hosted in the server, that use weak password?
 

cPanelMichael

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how could I get a list of the accounts of mails hosted in the server, that use weak password?
Hello,

There's no feature to list accounts using weak passwords. I encourage you to open a feature request if you'd like to see this added to the product:

Submit A Feature Request

Thank you.
 

jlucho

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hi

thank , I mean the keys of the email accounts, the hosting accounts

There is some procedure or script, which reviews the keys of the current email accounts that exist, and I inform myself, that users have a low level of security.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

There is no such feature, however what you could do is configure password strength requirements at:

"WHM Home » Security Center » Password Strength Configuration"

Then, enable "Password Strength" and "Password Age" in "WHM Home » Security Center » Configure Security Policies". This will force users to reset their passwords after a set time with password strength requirements enforced. You can read more about this at:

Configure Security Policies - Documentation - cPanel Documentation

Note that this only applies to cPanel, WHM, Webmail users. If an email user is using a third-party email client, then they will not be prompted to change their password.

Thank you.