The two most consistently common passwords in the world are “password” and “123456”. Write a program that asks the user for a password and, if it’s one of those two, to tell the user that their password is insecure. Otherwise it should tell them that it’s secure.
Extend your program to check if the given password is below 8 characters. If it is, the program should tell the user that their password is too short and therefore insecure.
Python has built-in functions for checking if a string is all lowercase or all uppercase. These are
foo is a string. For example:
text = "BAR" print(text.isupper()) # Outputs True print(text.islower()) # Outputs False
Using these functions, extend your password checker to make sure that a given password has at least one uppercase and one lowercase character; if it does not, tell the user that the password is too insecure because it has no uppercase or lowercase characters respectively.