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This script provides a simple way to generate secure and human readable passwords, based on XKCD #936

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This script provides a simple way to generate secure and human readable passwords, based on XKCD #936

Install

Open your terminal and type:

** pip install pyxkcdpass

or

** easy_install pyxkcdpass

Usage

Just call pyxckdpass and supply it with a dictionary:

** pyxkcdpass -d /usr/share/dict/words

or provide a dictionary and a password length

** pyxkcdpass -d /usr/share/dict/words -l 10

History

0.1.0 (2014-05-05)

  • First release on PyPI.

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