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Print strong, memorable passphrases

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This program allows you to easily create strong, memorable passphrases.

It reads a specified number of bits of data from your system’s CSPRNG, turrns it into a very large number, and prints it out in base 7776.

The result will be something like greet say yaw dunham italy pass navel. If your system has a good random number generator, this should be a reasonably secure password, and also reasonably easy to memorize.

see also: * http://world.std.com/~reinhold/diceware.html * https://www.rempe.us/diceware/#diceware * https://xkcd.com/936/ * https://github.com/bbiw/mempass

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