1,435 results for "keywords:"password""
A bcrypt library for NodeJS.
Updated by @jfirebaugh
Updated by @dcode
Bindings to native Mac/Linux/Windows password APIs
Updated by @benogle
Synchronous Readline for interactively running to have a conversation with the user via a console(TTY).
Updated by @anseki
Local username and password authentication strategy for Passport.
Updated by @jaredhanson
Node.js client for OAuth2
Updated by @andreareginato
Easy library for generating unique passwords.
Updated by @brendanashworth
Generate randomized strings of a specified length using simple character sequences. The original generate-password.
Updated by @doowb
An Argon2 library for Node
Updated by @ranisalt
Module for reading .pgpass
Updated by @hoegaarden
realistic password strength estimation
Updated by @wheels
Memorable password generator. For the command line, Node.js and the browser.
Updated by @bermi
simple terminal user input 'co'
Updated by @tjholowaychuk
The scrypt password-based key derivation function with sync and cancellable async.
Updated by @ricmoo
Node.js module for Apache style password encryption using crypt(3).
Updated by @gevorg
Utility for generating memorable passwords and converting random bytes into human-readable phrases
Updated by @bcrypt
Lightning fast hash functions for browsers and Node.js using hand-tuned WebAssembly binaries (MD4, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2, SHA-3, Keccak, BLAKE2, BLAKE3, PBKDF2, Argon2, bcrypt, …
Updated by @daninet
Joi validation for password complexity requirements.
Updated by @kamronbatman
Validates password according to flexible and intuitive specifications
Updated by @tbking
Node.js module for Apache style password encryption using md5.
Updated by @gevorg
Material password strength meter to indicate how secure is the provided password
Updated by @anthonynahas
A NodeJS password vault.
Updated by @perrymitchell
cross-platform masked or hidden prompt
Updated by @dickeyxxx
Strip the authentication part of a URL
Updated by @sindresorhus
Hides certain model properties when invoking toJSON or toObject.
Updated by @mblarsen