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No Crappy Passwords v11.39
Takes your crappy password and makes it non-crappy
Hashes, encrypts, and encodes lousy passwords based information from initial hashes, combined with user provided offsets. Creating easy to memorize systems of passwords and offsets, the possibilities are endless, with never a need to file your passwords to disc or entrust them to a password manager.
"No Crappy Passwords will take an input, presumably a crappy password, hash the crap out of it, and return an eighty five character password. It takes little imagination to come up with a system of easy to remember passwords and offsets that will produce these unbreakable final passwords."
'When you send a password to a website or database or other software which requires it, your password is not actually stored on the remote server, a _hash_ of your password is stored. A hash is like one way encryption, any string of text (or a file for that matter) will produce the exact same hash every time. However, you cannot determine what the string of text was that actually produced the hash in the first place, which is why companies store the hash of the users' passwords, it's much more secure, because while they can compare the hash created by your password to the hash on file, they don't know your actual password."
"Wannabe hackers that brute force sites can send thousands of common passwords in attempts find crappy ones, and if the server in question isn't salting, or is improperly salting passwords, that can be a problem."
"No Crappy Passwords eliminates this possibility by simply turning your crappy password into a ridiculously long and random password through hashing. Additionally, no two crappy passwords will be hashed in the same way, as the script doesn't determine how many times to hash your crappy password, or how many cycles will run between doing an encryption, until your crappy password is
"In short, you don't have to remember these long passwords produced, only the crappy password that produced it."
"The hashing digest used is SHA256, and the encryption routine used every few cycles is RC4. (this "encryption" is not meant to secure anything, only to further randomize things)"
"For what it's worth, the reason I decided to do this was to produce passwords for text encryption that were extremely robust but with no need to store on disc. I have a system that I consider to be extremely secure while being very easily memorized."
v11.39 - A bug was discovered where the Linux version was retaining linefeeds
within the result when using the Ascii85 option. Although the linefeeds are not
visible in the output, they take up a character space, so each linefeed in the
output was reducing the length of the output by one. This has been fixed.
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|Dana Booth <img src="https://www.oldergeeks.com/downloads/gallery/thumbs/ncpw1_th.png"border="0">
|Sep 19, 2023 - 11:09
|, out of 9 Votes.
|No Crappy Passwords v11.39
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