One of my sites requires a very weak password. (Haven't you all been there? Sad, but true.) I truly would like a way to mark a particular saved password item as exempt from audit in cases where I already know the password is grievously weak and do not wish to have the password offering unnecessary distraction in the—otherwise very helpful—mSecure Security Center.
I hope this suggestion is clear.
(And I wish no site would require silly passwords: I have sent them numerous gripes.)
I'd vote for this - make the function much more useful
Thank you for your feature request Albo. So an option for the Security Center to ignore a record when creating or editing a record is what you are looking for here, correct? Something like this?:
Note that you can already ignore a record in the Security Center so this would be so that you can ignore the record before it's even shown in the Security Center at all.
It's ok. I'm glad I was able to help you notice that feature is already available in the Security Center. Additionally, it might not be a bad thing to have the ignore/show option available in the Edit record screen as well so I'll keep this up as a feature request.
(Note these comments apply to iOS)
I supported the request because I was hoping for an ignore button on the main security center screen (alongside the Change Password button).
This would be specific to a type of problem.
Just because I've accepted the password as being a duplicate doesn't mean I wouldn't want to be warned if the password was old or weak.