[keycloak-user] Is there a possibility to stop users changing their passwords too often?
sthorger at redhat.com
Fri Mar 18 07:58:26 EDT 2016
Seems like a strange requirement. I can see why you would want users to
update the password frequently, not the other way around. Or is there
something I'm missing?
Password policy will be made an spi in the future. That will make it easy
to do, but it's not going to be done for a little while.
On 18 Mar 2016 10:10, "Marek Posolda" <mposolda at redhat.com> wrote:
> Btv. Kevin you are using LDAP/MSAD right? If you have writable LDAP, then
> for the LDAP users, you can create custom LDAP Mapper implementation, which
> will implement "proxy" method and override "updateCredential" method of the
> proxy user object. Here you can
> implement this functionality by yourself (MSAD has pwdLastSet attribute
> with the time when password was updated for last time)
> On 18/03/16 10:04, Marek Posolda wrote:
> this is not available right now. It can be achieved with password policy,
> but we don't have such a password policy right now. We can either:
> - Add the password policy to have this available in Keycloak OOTB
> - Make PasswordPolicy pluggable SPI, so you can add your custom password
> policy for the functionality like this.
> Feel free to create JIRA for this.
> On 16/03/16 15:02, Kevin Thorpe wrote:
> A standard practice for login systems is to stop users changing their
> passwords too often. Keycloak does not support this as of 1.7.0. Is there a
> possibility of adding a timeout to stop too frequent password changes?
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