Enzoic Password Auditing

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A Quick & Free Password Auditing Tool

Password audits have become more difficult as new data breaches expose credentials every day. These passwords are quickly fed into hackers’ cracking dictionaries, changing which passwords you need to keep out of your organization.

Traditional algorithmic complexity that is easy to audit is no longer considered essential to password strength. NIST password guidelines now want you to screen for commonly used and compromised passwords.

Download Enzoic for Active Directory Lite to make password auditing easy. This free service scans for common passwords, passwords found in cracking dictionaries, and actual passwords that have been previously breached and exposed online using Enzoic’s proprietary database of 7+ billion exposed passwords. Additionally, it finds passwords reused within your Active Directory environment.

Enzoic's password auditor is a lightweight version of the full Enzoic for Active Directory, an automated solution for keeping passwords secure.

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Active Directory Password Auditor Results

Enzoic for Active Directory Lite is a free quick password auditing tool that pinpoints which user accounts in Active Directory have weak, compromised or reused passwords.

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Guidelines for Stronger Passwords

Stronger passwords mean that users are keeping themselves safer online. If users are safer online, your organization stays safer.

  • Make the password long. At least 10 characters, but we recommend more
  • Use a password lockout policy. An effective method against brute-force hacking.
  • Reference blacklists of previously leaked/breached passwords

Guard Against the Use of Pwned Passwords

The use of pwned passwords, or passwords that have been exposed in data breaches, significantly increases security vulnerability. Cybercriminals can easily access compromised credentials via the Dark Web to infiltrate corporate accounts.

  • Educate employees with best practices
  • Adopt additional authentication measures
  • Check for pwned passwords and more

NIST Password Guidelines

Verify that passwords are not compromised before they are activated and monitor them on an ongoing basis.

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Enzoic's password auditor provides a great baseline for assessing password vulnerability. Get next level of compromised credentials protection and try the full Enzoic for Active Directory.

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