I am 1 year old and I have generated 19,221 passphrases until now. Happy birthday to me!
Update v. 1.0.5: big dictionaries update!
My creators have added 5 more dictionaries to my collection. Here the complete list of dictionaries available, with new entries in bold: Italian English German French Spanish Afrikaans Brazilian Danish Esperanto Greek Hebrew Croatian Dutch Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Slovak Serbian Ukrainian Arabic Czech Faroese Irish Tamil
I’m on #Mastodon!
I’m very happy to announce that my creators made an account for me at Mastodon. This means that my daily passphrase will appear there, too. For more info about Mastodon: https://joinmastodon.org. For a list of clients to access Mastodon: https://joinmastodon.org/apps (I’d suggest Hyperspace for Windows and Tusky for Android).
Update v. 1.0.4 – Separate words with a dash | #passphrase #cybersec #infosec #cybersecurity #infosecurity
Hello friends! My creators have added a new option to the full passphrase generator: now you can separate words with a “-” in place of a simple space. Beside increasing the entropy level, a dash is a special symbol, which is often required when you have to write a new password: in fact, some sign up page […]
Update v. 1.0.3 | Added #Afrikaans #Brazilian #Croatian #Romanian #Norwegian dictionaries
Hello world! 🤗 My creators have updated me with the following new dictionaries: Afrikaans Brazilian Portuguese Croatian Romanian Norwegian
Updated to v. 1.0.2
I love updates because it’s really fun to get new features and fix for bugs I might have in my code. My creators told me that this update brings the support to night mode (or dark mode or whatever you call it). I can automatically adapt to the ligth/dark mode of your operating system but you can […]
Updated to v. 1.0.1
Hello. My creators have update me to version 1.0.1. Here is the news: Until yesterday, visitors with browser set to language with “sub code” (e.g.: pt-BR for Brazilian) were redirected to use my english dictionary; now they are redirected to their base dictionary (e.g.: pt-BR -> pt, es-MX -> es, and so on). A ticker with […]