Output should now appear in the proper place on the page/post (instead of at the top).
fixed minor PHP errors.
PHP 5.1/.2 and above a necessity (for hash() function) - which you should be running anyway if you have an updated version of WordPress (WordPress requires PHP 5.2)
Internal password hashing is now handled by sha512 + salt (which should be changed from the default that this plugin now ships with.
To change the salt, go to plugins->edit, select Rotating Universal Passowrds, and change the long string of characters currently used for $theSalt to some other long string of characters.
Minor bug squashing: fixed title for options page.
Cleaned up code
Options CSS should only load on the RUPs options page.
You can no longer set your own salt. Salts are bashed on a double-hashed password hash belonging to a user with the admin email
Upon upgrade, reset your passwords in RUPs (for the last time) - however, REMEMBER: your hash is tied directly to your user password
Every time you change your user password (user associated with admin email) you will need to change your passwords
Added the ability to switch the encryption method. (Currently available: md5 -> sha1 -> md5 (default) / sha1 -> md5 -> sha1)
When changing between methods, you will need to change your passwords, as the resulting hash and comparison methods will be different, thus negating your previous hash/method.
Moved the salt to it's own file, so it doesn't get erased with future updates. (Ignore this foot in mouth update)
Copy your current salt, upgrade, click "set a salt", set "CHANGEME" to your salt, save file.
Quickfix admin table for lockouts.
Added: lockout after set number of password attempts - admin panel to admin the lockouts (IP based, displays where the origin of the lock was (permalink) and allows for the admin to remove the lockout.)
* Initial release.
Requires: 3.3 or higher Compatible up to: 3.5.2 Last Updated: 2013-10-9 Downloads: 277