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Passwords that make humans hard

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# filthy-password-generator-py

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## Description

One day I was using a password generator it a few of the ones coming out contained some filthy output, not intentionally of course, just a side effect of using a pre made dictionary file. After the creator used a list of obscene words to clean it up, I decided it was so funny that I would use the obscene words exclusively and see what kind of filth comes out, and lo and behold we have the filthy password generator.

## Examples

Here are a few filthy passwords that can be generated:


## Use within another Python script

>>> from passwordgenerator import pwgenerator

>>> pwgenerator.generate()

## Advanced options

passwordgenerator [-h] [-n MIN_WORD_LENGTH] [-x MAX_WORD_LENGTH]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-n MIN_WORD_LENGTH, --min_word_length MIN_WORD_LENGTH
Minimum length for each word
-x MAX_WORD_LENGTH, --max_word_length MAX_WORD_LENGTH
Maximum length for each word
-i MAX_INT_VALUE, --max_int_value MAX_INT_VALUE
Maximum value for the integer
Number of elements in the password (ie. 4 = 3 words +
1 integer)
-s, --no_special_characters
Do not use special characters

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