Bill Campbell wrote:
This is not supposed to be an offense to any author of a password
Never, but never trust any random password generator. You do not know
the author, you do not know the algoritm it uses and in worst case
scenarion you do not know if there is a millisecond traffic to somewhere
that is recording the generated password.
I much prefer apg which can generate more-or-less pronounceable
passwords which it is possible to remember (at least after typing
them a few times :-).
You don't need a generated password for that; it is common behaviour for
people that aren't involved in any responsibility whatsoever.
One of the biggest problems with random passwords is that they
end up written on yellow-stickies on the monitor or under the
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