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[VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator

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THERE IS LIKE A 1% CHANCE YOU WILL GET THE SAME PASSWORD AGAIN. THERE IS 96 CHARACHTERS THAT WILL BE RANDOMIZED

Hey there.

Today I made an Password Generator.

You can ask Rhys (What Can I Say) for proof as I sent him regular screenshots of it anyway, below of some screenshots and a download link :D

Main form:
Monsta. - [VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator - RaGEZONE Forums


File Menu:
Monsta. - [VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator - RaGEZONE Forums


Password Generated:
Monsta. - [VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator - RaGEZONE Forums


Protect Password:
Monsta. - [VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator - RaGEZONE Forums


Password Protected:
Monsta. - [VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator - RaGEZONE Forums


Copy password to Clipboard:
Monsta. - [VB6] Monsta. ~ Password Generator - RaGEZONE Forums


Also, you may be thinking "wth is the point in the password protection system?", well there is a point, if you want to keep the program open or have to dash off somewhere and want to keep the password, just use that ;)

Download:


Have fun :D
 
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Is this safe, or can you in anyway see the passwords by any keylogger or w/e?
 
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Nope. It is totally safe

I'm not like that, I wouldn't take passwords
 
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I was bursting with enthusiasm until I saw this honestly, a password generator? c'mon common sense prevails when people actually think of password.

All I was saying is that it's as useless as having a generator with an array of; password1, 123456, abcd1234, qwerty1 etc.
 
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I was bursting with enthusiasm until I saw this honestly, a password generator? c'mon common sense prevails when people actually think of password.

All I was saying is that it's as useless as having a generator with an array of; password1, 123456, abcd1234, qwerty1 etc.
but they are easy to guess, well, not "easy" as per say, but easier than the ones generated in the program
 
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rofl.

ok, but i tried, eh?

infact, i wasnt expecting any feedback at all, i just release it coz i was bored that night :)
 
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I'm pointing out how useless it is :tongue:
You'd be surprised at how many of these type of programs are lurking the internet, I mean whos gonna remember a password like HvJ1S:KDJ/34
 
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You'd be surprised at how many of these type of programs are lurking the internet, I mean whos gonna remember a password like HvJ1S:KDJ/34

Not many people, but if you want to be safe...

Personally I use this:
To generate MySQL and cPanel password...always 16 or more characters with all characters enabled. Lets say there are 100 characters and I use length 16...that is 100^16 possibilities, which is 10 ^ 32. What if a PC can bruteforce 10 ^ 10 (10 billion) possibilities per second. That would take 'm 10 ^ 22 second...that is 3.25 ^ 14 years.
 
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I use windows cd-keys as passwords because I know them in my head.
 
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You'd be surprised at how many of these type of programs are lurking the internet, I mean whos gonna remember a password like HvJ1S:KDJ/34

Actually my password is something like that ;) its like Bd45bD but obviously thats not it ^^ and then I use a keyscrambler for add-on security. Anyways, if u want a secure password just write some random poop with a mix of shift and a few added in numbers, I suggest you dont hit shift on the numbers unless you wana remember those weird things, tbh I wouldnt be able to remember those characters lol I rather do just numbers and letters anyways just my opinion, I'm sures theres even password generators made outa html lol, hell even my cpanel has one ;P

Not many people, but if you want to be safe...

Personally I use this:
To generate MySQL and cPanel password...always 16 or more characters with all characters enabled. Lets say there are 100 characters and I use length 16...that is 100^16 possibilities, which is 10 ^ 32. What if a PC can bruteforce 10 ^ 10 (10 billion) possibilities per second. That would take 'm 10 ^ 22 second...that is 3.25 ^ 14 years.

And considering your webhosts security by their 20th attempt they would be banned? Unless they use a botnet to crack which would be funny but then it'd just be a DDoS attack lol
 
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That was gay.

PHP:
<?php



/**

 * The letter l (lowercase L) and the number 1

 * have been removed, as they can be mistaken

 * for each other.

 */



function createRandomPassword() {



    $chars = "abcdefghijkmnopqrstuvwxyz023456789";

    srand((double)microtime()*1000000);

    $i = 0;

    $pass = '' ;



    while ($i <= 7) {

        $num = rand() % 33;

        $tmp = substr($chars, $num, 1);

        $pass = $pass . $tmp;

        $i++;

    }



    return $pass;



}



// Usage

$password = createRandomPassword();

echo "Your random password is: $password";



?>

0.0 i found a random char creator in 5 sec on google
and its online :p
NERD
 
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lol but he wana help people that ar people who cant make that whit a code
 
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Not many people, but if you want to be safe...

Personally I use this:
To generate MySQL and cPanel password...always 16 or more characters with all characters enabled. Lets say there are 100 characters and I use length 16...that is 100^16 possibilities, which is 10 ^ 32. What if a PC can bruteforce 10 ^ 10 (10 billion) possibilities per second. That would take 'm 10 ^ 22 second...that is 3.25 ^ 14 years.
That's a good one, but I'm crap at HTML/PJP or whatever it is :p
 
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