Secure password generator
secpwgen is a utility for generating secure passphrases. It implements several
methods for passphrase generation, including the Diceware method with
8192 word dictionary compiled in the executable.
You need OpenSSL at least 0.9.7 OR cryptlib 3.1 or later.
Copy Makefile.proto to Makefile and edit it according to instructions found
Read the secpwgen man page.
NOTE ON VERSIONING
Unlike many open-source packages, this program's versioning follows the
normal DECIMAL NUMBER comparison rules: the following example shows th
secpwgen(1) BSD General Commands Manual secpwgen(1)
secpwgen — secure password generator
secpwgen -p[e] n
secpwgen -s[e] n
secpwgen -A[adhsy] n
secpwgen -r n
secpwgen -k n
The secpwgen command is used to generate secure, high-entropy
passwords by several methods. It aims to generate passwords
that are stro
Changes in 1.3
* Added koremutake method for pronouncible password generation.
* Moved to MIT license
Changes in 1.2
* Added cryptlib support
* Added an option to compile with mlock() instead of mlockall().
- mlockall() caused problems on some Linux 2.6 distros because it would
succeed even for ordinary users. some library component would then
try to allocate too much memory which woul
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