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Latest revision as of 11:19, 22 January 2019

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Legibly Password Generator

https://github.com/baumai/legi-pwd-gen
generates good readable passwords

generates 30 thirteen characters long passwords // used character groups: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, special: #+,.-;:_= // but without hardly distinguishable ones like l, 1, O, 0 // the output of each password is split up after four characters for a better readability // the first six characters contain at least one character of each group of characters, because some systems do not store larger passwords // every password starts with letters, because some systems cannot handle digits or special signs at the start // in one single password is no character more than ones // the randomness is large enough, that the passwords are very unique



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