When creating a password on the cloud website, it would be a GOOD idea of displaying passwords rules CLEARLY before any attempt.
It is a poor password policy creation of displaying rules after first password rejection.
For what I read , the password needed at least:
An uppercase letter
A non alpha numeric character.
But also this rules are unclear. Are the three rules mandatory? (or 2 of 3?)
passwords like ‘abcdefghi3$’ failed (they have a digit and a non alpha numeric character)
because what the rules trying to say are (or I think they’re trying to say)
- An uppercase letter AND (A digit OR A non alpha numeric character)
Which I couldn’t figure it out in the second and third attempt.
As an example, a password like Abcdefghi0 is accepted (however it doesn’t have a non-alpha character).
After 4 o 5 attempt I was able to create a password. I guess displaying the proper rules before creating any password would make me create one in the FIRST logical attempt. Or at least I’ll try.