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PASSWORD RESTRICTIONS:

Allow only these characters:  (any character)  ]
At Least  Total Characters
No More Than   Total Characters
At Least  Lowercase Characters (a-z)
At Least  Uppercase Characters (A-Z)
At Least  Numeric Characters (0-9)
At Least  Special Characters in [^a-zA-Z0-9]  ]
Disallow sequential alphanumeric sequences of or more (i.e. 123... abc... ABC...)
Disallow repeating characters of or more (i.e. 11... aa... AA... %%...)

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Raw Match Pattern:
^(.*?(\bpass\b)[^$]*)$

C#.NET Code Example:

using System;
using System.Text.RegularExpressions;
namespace myapp
{
  class Class1
    {
      static void Main(string[] args)
        {
          String sourcestring = "source string to match with pattern";
          Regex re = new Regex(@"^(.*?(\bpass\b)[^$]*)$");
          MatchCollection mc = re.Matches(sourcestring);
          int mIdx=0;
          foreach (Match m in mc)
           {
            for (int gIdx = 0; gIdx < m.Groups.Count; gIdx++)
              {
                Console.WriteLine("[{0}][{1}] = {2}", mIdx, re.GetGroupNames()[gIdx], m.Groups[gIdx].Value);
              }
            mIdx++;
          }
        }
    }
}


Matches Found:
[0][0] = high pass h3 
[0][1] = high pass h3 
[0][2] = pass