Password can be tricky business. Luckily, eForm provides you some out-of-the box tools to mange the complexity. With v4.7 of eForm, the password field found under
Other Form Elements (O) supports the following features.
Always on encryption
We now encrypt password field data before storing to database. There is nothing you need to do to activate it. The encryption and decryption process is very transparent and the awesome php-encryption library by defuse is used.
Previously, eForm would reveal password field value in email and summary table. But with eForm v4.7, passwords are always hidden. This is configurable. Under element settings > Interface, you can disable
Do Not Reveal Password.
For older forms though, this won’t be auto activated. So make sure you activate it, if you want.
Always hide registration password field
When a password field is used for WordPress registration, then it is always hidden. This is to ensure WordPress password policy.