pwgen

Automatic Password generation
  https://github.com/tytso/pwgen
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  13 reviews



Pwgen generates random, meaningless but pronounceable passwords. These passwords contain either only lowercase letters, or upper and lower case mixed, or digits thrown in. Uppercase letters and digits are placed in a way that eases remembering their position when memorizing only the word.
Latest reviews
5
BobLinux 4 months ago

Nice, simple and easy to use with lots of options for different passwords.

5
shamadroit28 1 year ago

real great tool. appreciated much :)

5
hexaf3rrum 4 years ago

Great for generating passwords with the privacy of your own PC

4
subj 4 years ago

irreplaceable tool

5
NaruTrey 4 years ago

Simple and easy

4
topper 5 years ago

An easy way to generate passwords

5
Gazpacho 7 years ago

It does exactly what you need: generate strong passwords. Perfect if you prefer the terminal

2
xdunlapx 7 years ago

Works to create random passwords but none of them are "prounouncable" at least not in English. Maybe for an extra-terrestrial race perhaps.

4
dumascon 7 years ago

Works perfect for me. (Use Terminal)

2
ulysses 7 years ago

Rather stale claims for

5
yggryx 7 years ago

This is great for generating random passwords that you can pronounce. To uninstall, just go into the Software Manager or type

1
loweryaustin 9 years ago

TERRIBLE, I installed it and now its hiding like malware or something. On top of being errily hard to find and unusable, there is no way to contact the developer for help or support. again TERRIBLE

4
rexc 9 years ago

If you need a password of any strength this can do generate one for you.