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Pass-phrase Generator

This is a new generator to create a pass-phrase instead of a password.

The generator builds a random phrase in the form:
[possessive] [adjective] [noun] [verb] [adverb]

As a twist the generator sometimes changes the order of the components - some are pretty funny.

Each word is capitalized, there are no digits or other characters.

The idea is to create a phrase which (should) be easy to remember, but hard to guess / crack.

Examples:

I use a variety of lists to randomly chose a word from each.

How many phrases to generate: (up to 100)

Please note that this utility generates pseudo-random sequences of words only, and it does not verify that a phrase has already been generated.

Once a set of phrases has been generated, you can generate more by refreshing the page.

Upper-case 'I' differs from a lower-case 'L'.


Password Generator

How many passwords to generate: (up to 9999)

How many characters: 

What character set to use:

  • Lower-case letters only
  • Upper-case letters only
  • Upper and Lower case letters
  • Alphanumeric (Upper / Lower case letters and digits)
  • Alphanumeric (Lowercase only and digits)
  • Alphanumeric (Uppercase only and digits)
  • High Security Includes digits, upper & lower case letters, and the characters:
  • ! @ # $ % ^ & ( ) * - _ = + ~ . ? [ ] { } \

Please note that this utility generates pseudo-random sequences of characters only, and it does not verify that a sequence has already been generated.

Once a set of passwords has been generated, you can generate more by 'refreshing' the page.

Depending on the font used the digit one (1) differs from a lower-case 'L' (l) - the top serif usually slopes down on the digit.

Likewise the digit zero (0) differs from an upper-case O. The digit is usually narrower.

Upper-case 'I' differs from a lower-case 'L'.

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