Shipping with the upcoming Concrete CMS 9.2 release is a new feature that allows site owners and developers to ensure their users' accounts are more secure with forced password changes.
New Features Shipping with 9.2 - Forced Password Changes
The ability to force user password changes every x days provides an extra layer of security to websites, making it more difficult for unauthorized individuals to gain access to sensitive information. This feature is particularly important for organizations with strict security policies or regulatory compliance requirements.
Regular password changes also promote good password practices and help to establish better security policies for website users. By prompting users to regularly change their passwords, website administrators can reduce the risk of passwords being used for extended periods, thereby maintaining the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive information.
With the forced password changes feature in Concrete CMS 9.2, website owners and developers can stay up-to-date with the latest security practices and ensure their users' accounts remain secure by setting a regular password change schedule.
Don't compromise on password security.
And a special thanks to the mlocati for their hard work and dedication in bringing this feature to life.