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I'd add one or more of these changes to make it more clear: make the three new textfields and the button appear in the rightmost part of the screen, just where the button "Change Password" disappeared; add a "Save New Password" button, just above "Cancel"; deactivate the "Save" button after the user clicked on "Change Password". Reactivate it again once ...


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I think the way you've displayed it will work properly and people will understand it. However, I would suggest to remove the save button, because there won't be anything to save in the first image. Make this button the "change information" button, and once a person clicks this button, you change it to "save changes". Not every user might notice the fact ...


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A good password system relies on hashing (1-way encryption) and so cannot check to see if existing passwords comply with rules about criteria (video here:https://youtu.be/yoMOAIzBSpY and here: https://youtu.be/8ZtInClXe1Q) 1) Roll out validation checks based on new criteria for any new passwords created. 2) Email all users telling them that the criteria ...


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I would not log out users that are currently logged in. If I was visiting a site that suddenly logs me out, I would not appreciate that. You could show a prompt, but personally, I would do that at the next login attempt. I would do these things to ensure the users update their password: If you have cookies to remember me, I would set a new cookie value and ...



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