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Password CLR property you'd refrain from placing it in any variable or as a value for any property.
Keeping your password in plain text on the client machine RAM is a security no-no.
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The reason the WPF/Silverlight Password Box doesn't expose a DP for the Password property is security related.
For years, I have been using a custom user control that behaves just like Password Box, but only returns the text value as Secure String.
Yes, this prevents Snoop from displaying the password in plain text.
Like this: (View Model property) If you wanted to keep things strongly typed, you could substitute the (dynamic) cast with the interface of your View Model.
But really, "normal" data bindings aren't strongly typed either, so its not that big a deal.