Anyway, I tried "abc124" and received: "It looks like your passwords may be safe. No instances of compromise are recorded in this database. However, it's good practice to change your critical passwords regularly and ensure they are not re-used across multiple sites."
you might think that the phone number of that cute girl in that movie combined with her initials is a safe password, but if you check out some of the password lists that have popped up the last year you'll see that alot of people thought the same way.
Please try it in your replies.
Yes, I would be disturbed if a public site was reversing weak poor choices in hash algorithm and publishing data about the resulting passwords.
The only defense I can offer is that the name, introduction and the feedback text (which should at least check for "@") is kind off or misleading.
Anyway, my fault, I apologize to the web site creator.