We use the zxcvbn password strength library to estimate the security level of your password. This scoring system takes into account factors like password length, character complexity, and commonality to provide an accurate assessment of how strong your password is. However, please note that Trackit Id requires passwords to have at least 8 characters and include an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, a symbol, and a number, which is independent of the password strength indicator.
The zxcvbn score ranges from 0 to 4, with 0 being the weakest and 4 being the strongest. A score of 0 indicates a very weak password that can be easily guessed or cracked, while a score of 4 indicates a very strong password that is highly resistant to attacks. Aim for a score of 3 or higher to ensure your password is secure, but please keep in mind that the zxcvbn score does not take into account the specific requirements of the Trackit Id application.
We'll give you a visual indicator of your password's strength based on the zxcvbn score. This will help you quickly identify whether your password is strong enough or if it needs improvement. Remember that using a mix of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters will make your password even stronger, so be sure to include at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one symbol, and one number in your password to meet the minimum requirements set by Trackit Id.