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Strong Password Generator

A strong password can help to prevent unauthorized people from accessing files, programs, and other resources, and should be difficult for someone else to guess or crack. A good password containts at least 14 characters and doesn't contain your user name, real name, or company name. It should only contain complete words from uncommon wordlists (EFF Wordlists/Diceware) and is significantly different from previous passwords. Strong passwords contain a variety of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols (!@#$%^&*).

How To Create a Strong Password

Step One: Choose the Character Sets to be used in generating your passphrase.

The options are Uppercase Letters, Lowercase letters, Numbers, Symbols and four specially selected lists of words. Select the character sets you want included in your password by placing a check next to it. Uncheck any you do not want to use.

Step Two: Select the length of your password

You can select a password length between 9 characters and 63 characters long. If you want a password of slightly random length you can set the minimum and maximum length to the range you would like it to fall betwee. If you want a specific length, simply slide the Min Length and Max Length sliders to the same length. If you select 22 for the Min Length and 26 for the Max Length the algorithm will keep adding characters or words onto the end of the new password until it reaches the Max Length if it is not already the minimum length.

Step Three: Click the Generate Safest Random Password button to generate your password

What is a Strong Password Generator?

A random password generator is a cryptographically safe tool configured to automatically create lengthy, unique, and impossible-to-guess user passwords. Every random password is highly secure since it’s backed by an algorithm built to find the optimal combination of numbers, upper and lower case letters, numbers, and punctuation symbols for a highly-secure password. The built-in randomness can be fine-tuned to fit the password guidelines recommended by multiple websites.