The Good, the Bad, and Ugly Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It's good to have such a convenient plug-in. I used it quite a bit. The bad part about is that some passwords it generates are either too long or invalid for so called SECURE web sites. The ugly part is these SECURE websites claim it is more secure to restrict usage of longer passwords or restrict usage of to certain characters. NOT!!!

Oh well. I still love this tool. Hopefully such web sites as www.navyfcu.org, home.americanexpress.com, will consider the benefits of pwdhash and loosen up their password format restrictions.

Another problem is, for example, www.quicken.com that has a second domain, quicken.intuit.com. This gets a little bit complicated if you do not recall which domain you used when you hashed your password.

Hopefully, those potholes will be fixed by enhancement of pwdhash to account for such inconsistencies or the web site application developers make their sites compatible with pwdhash.

Other than that I like pwdhash and feel more secure using it. Hopefully it will get better over time.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).