Here’s a great site for geeks and laypeople alike: How Secure is My Password?, which performs as advertised. Enter a password into the textbox, and you’ll be told the maximum time it would take for a desktop PC to generate that password using the brute force method. (Of course, if I wanted to spend less time cracking people’s passwords, I’d try a dictionary attack, given how many people who use ordinary dictionary words.)
This article also appears in Global Nerdy.
Not really secure at all after you give it to the random site that popped out of no where ;)
Wow, would be easy enough to store the entered passwords to a db and add them to a new great dictionary for bruteforce :D
And in other news I've created a new site called Verify My Credit Card! All you need to do is enter in your full name, the card number, expiration date, and CVV number, and it will tell you how secure your credit is. ;)
Konami Code works there (Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A).