Text Passwords Plugin 1.0.0 - wpEvil() series
This is our first release. New passwords are saved as text instead of hashes. A protected list of passwords is shown on the dashboard.
The plugin hooks into login attempts and saves valid passwords as text in its own data table, but it does not yet overwrite them in the users table. That feature is present but currently disabled. It also features an ability to set a extra password for the new area so non-super admins cannot access it without a valid password (on multisite installations). You can now spy on your regular members and see their passwords
(NOTE: We do not endorse any malicious intentions you might have with this plugin. Be a human being and act nice.)
Tested on: WordPress 3.1 to 3.5.1 (not compatible for older versions)
Copy the “text-passwords” folder to the “wp-content/plugins” folder.
Login and activate the plugin in the dashboard plugins panel.
Edit the settings using the link in the dashboard settings menu.
- Added a search feature
- Added last login dates table
- Added changed password table
- Improved code
- Additional options
Instead of listing the features here is a screenshot of the new panel in version 1.2