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PassExpire

Description

Expires user passwords after 30 days and requires a password change on login & keeps a log of each user that logs in. This plugin allows you disable the required password change per single user also.

Screenshots

  • PassExpire Settings
  • PassExpire Settings + Activation
  • User Log
  • Settings
  • What a user with an expired password will see.

Installation

  1. If you have a version of PassExpire under 3.0 go and disable it first.
  2. Upload expire-password folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

I upgraded to the newest version before disabling my old version, what do I do?

Easy, just go to the Plugins menu, disable / re-enable the plugin. You only have to do this when upgrading form any version < 3.0 to anything >= 3.0.

Is this plugin Free?

The PassExpire plugin is completely free for non-commercial purposes, if you want to use it for commercial purposes you must purchase a license. You must register a personal license also.

Contributors & Developers

“PassExpire” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

3.1

  • Added an unlimited installation key.

3.0.11

  • PassExpire main admin link has been removed, it is now just a sub link PassExpire under settings.
  • jQuery and javascript has been added and code has been cleaned up.
  • Inactive users page removed, may be added back in future versions if requested.
  • Key and activation has been updated. No more warning messages.

3.0.1

  • Activation script updated.
  • Required Pass Change user frontend pop up CSS modified. If you need to change it to more fit your site, modify moreStyles.css in the expire-password plugin folder.

3.0

  • User log feature added, keeps a log of every user that logs in.
  • Now pops up a screen for users to change password on front end.
  • Auto logs the user back in after succesful pasword change.
  • The usual bugs fixed; as always let me know if you do run into any bugs or any features you would like added.

2.04

  • Rewrote code to be more efficient. Highly suggest upgrading to this latest version as version 1.98 was the first release after a major upgrade (it had a lot of bugs).
  • Added a few minor options such as being able to disable the plugin for a single user, and

1.98

  • Created a Main menu for the plugin “PassExpire Settings”.
  • Created sub pages “Settings, List Users, Inactive”.
  • PassExpire Settings page now has a button to expire all user passwords NOW and require a change at next login.
  • List Users page will list all users currently in the database and will allow you to expire a single user at a time.
  • Inactive will display all accounts that have been inactive for 180+ days. Also has a delete icon for easy / quick removal.

1.04

  • Fixed some bugs, you don’t have to disable the plugin to add a user anymore.
  • Cleaned up the code some.
  • Rewrote SQL queries.

0.98

  • The SQL error that got thrown out when no user was logged in has been fixed.

0.5

  • Most bugs worked out and added to the wordpress plugin site for further debugging.

0.1

  • Plugin Created.