CrackLib is a Unix library which tests the strength of passwords.

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pam_cracklib: preventing users from using passwords that contain common words

We would like to prevent users from using words such as the organisation name or their username as part of the password. The default behaviour of pam_cracklib when given a dictionary seems to be to ...
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pam_cracklib reports bad password correctly but pam_unix module STILL changes the password

I am currently trying to use pam_cracklib which properly fails according to my debug.log but even though it is setup as a password requisite entry in my PAM config file, it still falls through to the ...
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How do I disable password complexity in pam

I found tons of articles how to enable password complexity, can someone guide me to how to disable it? (oracle linux) This is my system-auth #%PAM-1.0 # This file is auto-generated. # User changes ...
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pam_cracklib on Linux: how to disable credits

The pam_cracklib 'minlen' does not work as I want it to. PAM allows passwords even with lesser length than it is set to with the 'minlen' option. It gives credits (by default 1) to the 'upper-case', ...