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Password Creator

   1.1.2  

KDE Security

Score 74%
Password Creator
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Link:  http://
Depends on  Qt 3.x
Downloads:  4381
Submitted:  Oct 2 2004
Updated:  Oct 17 2004

Description:

Password Creator is a great tool to generate passwords with criteria like uppercase letters, numbers or even specified characters.

It has virtually no limitation on the pasword length and the password quantity or the characters to use.

/!\ Please reptort bugs or features at http://www.vilers.net/post.php




Changelog:

1.1.2: released on 17 Oct 2004
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* Fixed the excellent rating bug when one character length.
* Fixed pronoucable passwords to not start with two vowels.

1.1.1: released on 06 Oct 2004
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* Fixed the make install problem.

1.1: released on 05 Oct 2004
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* Added the password quality evaluation.
* Added the pronoucable password. Must still be improved.
* Added a menubar with File/Exit and Help/About.
* Added a modest about box.
* Added the specific exclude characters.
* Added the '>' and '<' character to the default signs pool.
* Added an automatic settings save on exit.

1.0.1: released on 03 Oct 2004
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* Added the the unistd.h include that is needed on some distributions.

1.0: released on 02 Oct 2004
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* Initial release.




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 Fun

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 2 2004
 
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Would it be possible to add sometinhg like
"How-Easy-To-Hack"-status. If you have
only numbers, it may be easier and then,
somewhere, there could be a bar or a text
"98.392 % safe" or something like that.

Hmm you understand? =/


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 Re: Fun

 
 by neptune on: Oct 2 2004
 
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Hmm, I understand perfectly ;-)
Nice idea, I'll put it on the TODO list.

Note that no password will never 100% safe. Too many people write them on post-it ;-)


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 Re: Fun

 
 by neptune on: Oct 4 2004
 
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Your request is now implemented. It will be available for the next release.


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 Compilation failure

 
 by mathieuk on: Oct 3 2004
 
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Hi Neptune,

Great little tool you have here. Had a little compilation problem. Had to include unistd.h in src/passwordcreator.cpp so that the call to getpid() worked..


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 Re: Compilation failure

 
 by neptune on: Oct 3 2004
 
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Hmm, thanks for the information. I don't need this include on my machine, but i'll commit this change immediately. I'll try to find from wich include I got getpid() declaration.


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 pronouncable pwds

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 4 2004
 
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I created a similar script in php once that had 1 distinguished feature: all generated passwords were pronouncable.
In my experience users tend to stick to the initial passwords more often if they can pronounce it! Would be nice to add.
The algorithm for creating a readable password I came up with:

array C are Consonants
array V are Vowels
array A are C+V

1. Choose a random char from A
2. if (previous 2 chars were 2xC or 2xV) choose from 'the other side' else: 1.
3. if char is last char: never end with double V.

It's not foolproof, but a nice start.

Additionally you could replace all characters that look like numbers. e.g. i = 1, e=3, s=5, z=2 etc...

The script:
http://www.mrvanes.com/randpass.php


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 Re: pronouncable pwds

 
 by neptune on: Oct 4 2004
 
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Nice idea. You're the second one to ask me that. Task is on the TODO list. Watch for the next relese ;-)


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 Re: Re: pronouncable pwds

 
 by neptune on: Oct 5 2004
 
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Now implemented ;-) but must be a little bit tweaked.


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 Re: pronouncable pwds

 
 by mrvanes on: Oct 6 2004
 
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Oh, and I forgot: it should never start with double Vowel as well... looks ugly and is hardly pronouncable ;)


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 Re: Re: pronouncable pwds

 
 by neptune on: Oct 17 2004
 
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done.


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 It is not like I am

 
 by RockHound on: Oct 5 2004
 
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a noob but...:

root@rockhound passwordcreator # make install
( [ -d src ] && cd src ; grep "^qmake_all:" Makefile && make -f Makefile qmake_all; ) || true
( [ -d src ] && cd src ; make -f Makefile install; ) || true
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/martin/temp/passwordcreator/src'
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `install'.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/martin/temp/passwordcreator/src'

???


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 Re: It is not like I am

 
 by neptune on: Oct 6 2004
 
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Ooops, seems there's no rules for install. Sorry dude, will fix it soon.


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 Re: Re: It is not li

 
 by h1k3r on: Oct 6 2004
 
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This is an example of a programmer not paying attention to what he/she is doing.


A programmer should know what every line of their code does, and if there are any bugs, should know where every bug is and how to solve it. Anyone who says this is impossible is either wrong, lazy, or stupid and does not need to be writing code. This is one of the reasons Windows users don't switch to Linux.


Bugs in the code are a perfect example of a programmer not paying attention to what he/she is doing.


Neptune, if you're not going to pay attention to what every line of your code does, you're going to end up with buggy apps and you have no business writing programs at all.


Either pay attention to detail, or find another hobby.


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 Re: Re: Re: It is not li

 
 by neptune on: Oct 8 2004
 
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Woaw, nice comment. I'll take care. But why are you so hard with me? I don't think I have many bugs. Are you only angry because the default Makefile from kdevelop doesnt provide an install rule??


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 qtdir and qt-mt

 
 by mrvanes on: Oct 6 2004
 
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On debian qt3 is not in /usr/qt/3/ but in /usr/qt3/ or well... it is on my half package half self compiled system.
Further, my qt is multithreaded and the makefile assumes -lqt where in my case it is -lqt-mt.
How about configure? :)


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 Re: qtdir and qt-mt

 
 by neptune on: Oct 6 2004
 
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Try to do a $(QMAKE) -o Makefile passwordcreator.pro before make and make install.


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 Can't Make on SuSE 9

 
 by toadatrix on: Oct 6 2004
 
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I tired to install on my SuSE 9.1 Pro system. I followed the instructions in the Install file for the latest (10/6) version. Here is my output:

jsnyder@linux:~/Software/passwordcreator> qmake -o Makefile passwordcreator.pro
jsnyder@linux:~/Software/passwordcreator> make
cd src && make -f Makefile
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/jsnyder/Software/passwordcreator/src'
make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/usr/qt/3/mkspecs/linux-g++/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'. Stop.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/jsnyder/Software/passwordcreator/src'
make: *** [sub-src] Error 2

It seems that the Makefile is looking in the wrong place to find qmake.conf. On SuSE the qmake.conf file is located at:

/usr/lib/qt3/mkspecs/linux-g++/qmake.conf

How can I fix this problem to be able to run "make"? I looked in the /src/Makefile and manually reset the path, but still I get this error. Thanks.


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 Re: Can't Make on SuSE 9

 
 by neptune on: Oct 6 2004
 
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hmm, strange, could you try to do this after the 1st qmake?

qmake -o src/Makefile src/src.pro


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 Re: Re: Can't Make on SuSE 9

 
 by toadatrix on: Oct 7 2004
 
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Yes, your suggestion works and solved my problem. Nice program.


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