A Diceware-style Password Generator
Keysmith randomly chooses words from a list and concatenates them. With a sufficiently large list, these make decent passphrases that tend to be more memorable than other random passwords. The concept is essentially the same as (and arguably simpler than) Diceware.
Keysmith is available on PyPI.
pip install keysmith
Keysmith can be run as a command-line utility.
Keysmith can also be imported into other Python projects.
>>> import keysmith, string >>> print(keysmith.key(seq=string.ascii_letters, nteeth=12, delimiter='')) dLrkGXdRUGQw
Use Keysmith with KeePass and Yubikey!
Copyright (C) 2016 David Tucker
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