philnash/pwned Pwned

An easy, Ruby way to use the Pwned Passwords API.

#35 (all)
Ruby (change)
4 seconds
25 days ago

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#35 Updates development dependency of rake [62ebe25b] 4 seconds 25 days ago
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#18 Merge branch 'danielfone-remove-open-uri' [83faa73b] 4 seconds 8 months ago
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7 builds omitted (no changes to documentation).
#4 Bump to version 1.2.1 [f20ef919] 3 seconds about 2 years ago
NotPwnedValidator#validate_each has improved (was B) Ne
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#1 v1.2.0 4 seconds about 2 years ago
NotPwnedValidator N
Pwned N
Pwned::Password#hashed_password Ne
Pwned::Password#password Ne
NotPwnedValidator#validate_each Ne
Pwned::Password#pwned_count E
Pwned::Password#initialize E
Pwned.pwned_count E
Pwned::Password E
PwnedValidator E
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