Using the Passwords Analyzer, you can analyze your passwords' quality.
To go to this function, select the option Analyze from the Tools tab.
The dialog window Passwords Analyzer consists of four columns:
Description: Shows the passwords contained in the opened passwords file.
Strength: Shows your passwords' strength using the bit unit. The higher the number of bits, the stronger the password.
Quality: This column contains a colored bar indicating the passwords' quality. The longer the bar, the higher the password's quality. The quality of a passwords depends on its length and on whether it contains different characters types. You will achieve the best quality if your password consists of the following characters: lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numbers and special characters.
Crack Time: Indicates how long it would approximately take to crack your passwords, if a professional hacker tried to do so via brute force or dictionary attacks. It is only an approximate value, which is nevertheless calculated with sophisticated algorithms and thus more reliable than many other estimations you will find on the Internet.
If you click on one of the column titles, the passwords will be sorted according to this column's content.
In order to improve the quality of a password, select the corresponding password and click Edit, at the bottom left of the window. (This button is inactive as long as no entry is selected.) The Modify Entry dialog box opens where you can modify the password.