Sticky Password for Windows supports a Security Dashboard where you can see if any of your
passwords are unsafe. Once you’ve identified the Accounts with unsafe
passwords, you can take action to change those passwords to make them
stronger and more secure.
What is the Security Dashboard
The Security Dashboard provides an audit to let you know the strength of
your passwords. It’s a convenient way to see which of your Web and App
Account passwords are:
weak: passwords that are short, are made up using only
letters, don’t use a healthy amount of variation in characters, numerals
and special characters, or abuse some other rule,
reused: passwords that are used for two or more
old: passwords that haven’t been changed for 12 months
or more, or for which the expiration date you set has passed.
All the Web or App accounts that have one or more of the above problems
will appear in the Security Dashboard.
Where can you find the Security Dashboard
Open the Sticky Password main window and click Security Dashboard.
At the top of the Security Dashboard you can check your
overall security score showing the percentage of unsafe
By clicking on one of buttons on the right, you can quickly
filter the accounts by security status: weak, reused or old.
If none of the passwords in database matches the unsafe definition—and that’s the goal!—then the Security Dashboard won’t have any