Weak passwords are one of the main reasons that lay behind a successful data breach or personal information theft. Creating strong passwords is one of the pilons of a healthy security-oriented behavior in the virtual world. A random string is probably the safest way to go when it comes to creating a new password. You can easily obtain it by using an application such as RandomPass.
Runs in the command prompt only 
The first thing you need to know about RandomPass is that it only runs in the Windows console. A standard GUI is not available but, luckily, the syntax is simple and you can easily learn how to use it, especially if you are already accustomed with the command prompt working environment.  
To run RandomPass, you will have to open a new command window and then browse to the executable file. It is advisable you run the “-help” command first to view a list of options and tools at your disposal. The syntax requires you to enter the password length and any additional options you want, as described below.
Generate passwords and GUIDs, along with their hashes 
Running the application without parameters will generate a set of 16-character passwords. This set includes a complex password and three different simple (alphanumeric) passwords, along with their hash codes and a 32-bit GUID. By default, SHA1 is used, but keep in mind that RandomPass comes with support for other hash codes (MD5 and several versions of SHA).
Optionally, you can alter the way the information is displayed by configuring RandomPass to place passwords and hashes on separate lines. 
RandomPass can generate random passwords with or without including special characters. You can even choose which special characters to include or exclude.
Handy console password generator 
While not as powerful and user-friendly as other password generators out there, RandomPass does provide a handy tool to help you create secure passwords for your accounts, regardless of the password length.
Not having a standard GUI comes with both benefits and drawbacks.  Since it runs in the console, it can be integrated in various applications and it might cater to experienced users. On the other side, regular users who are in need for a simple password generator might prefer using a tool with a more accessible interface.









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The main utility of RandomPass is to generate a set of random passwords for a user. The way it operates is simple: you create a password list (with any password length and of any complexity level you prefer), generate the hash of the passwords and create a random set of passwords from the list by applying the hash to the random element of the array. This process is repeated until the set of generated passwords is complete.
RandomPass Features:
– Support for SHA1, SHA256, MD5 and other popular hash codes
– Support for various algorithm options like encryption, secure hashing, key stretching and other advanced options
– Support for both Bitmap and Mask type passwords
– Support for integrating passwords on different lines
– Support for generating passwords with or without special characters
– Support for generating either long or short passwords in any format
– Support for generating either passwords of any complexity
– Support for generating passwords with any complexity level (between 0 and 9) and for any length (between 12 and 40)
– Support for generating passwords with any length, level of complexity and no special characters
– Support for generating passwords with or without including special characters
– Support for including or excluding characters from the password
– Support for modifying the number of generated passwords at each step
– Support for modifying the number of characters in the length of the passwords generated


A command-line based tool for Windows to create strong passwords is randpass.
It was written by Keran so it is programmed in C#, but it’s still a quite simple tool.
It is under GPL license.
To generate a password, you have to provide the length of the desired password (in characters), a password character list (any character can be used), and a random seed.
For more detail, read the article on the sourceforge page of the project.
For example, like that:
C:\>randpass “set up a password” 12 “0=0123456789”

Creates a 12 character password with upper/lower case characters, digits,
symbols, and the special characters ‘!’ (ascii-code 33) and ‘@’ (ascii-code 61).


Using a random string generator to generate password is a method but it’s not the best method. The problem is that there are tons of sites and applications that can guess the password of a given password if they manage to extract the hash from the

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RandomPass 2022 Crack is a hexadecimal password generator that generates strong passwords in a matter of seconds.

RandomPass Features:

Random password generator

Double-byte support (Japanese and Chinese characters)

SHA1 and MD5 hashing algorithm support (Default)

Affecting characters

Full control over password lengths (1–128 characters)

Control the special characters to include or not (A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9, -,_)

Support for generating GUID and UUID string identifiers

Modify the output to include regular passwords on separate lines, or vice versa

Output the length of the password, its hashed version, and the unique GUID identifier

Console application

Ports: COM port default: COM1

Command line arguments:

RandomPass -h, or -help for usage

RandomPass -i -c for encoding (default none)

RandomPass -e -c for encoding (UTF8, UTF16, UTF32, SYSTEM, OEM)

RandomPass -s -l for length (default is 16)

RandomPass -i -s -l for length (default is 16)

RandomPass -w -c for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -s -w -l for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -u -c for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -w -l for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -c -s for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -b -s for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -c -u for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -c -b for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -u -b for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -h for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -i -c for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -i -s -l for length (default is 16)

RandomPass -u -c for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -i -s -l for length (default is 16)

RandomPass -w -l for character set (default is ASCII)

RandomPass -b -l for character set (default is

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I would recommend using 4D (4 x D) or 8D (8 x D) as a password generator from lower to higher levels of complexity (strong to weak).
The lower the number of digits the less complex, but more secure.
The higher the number of digits the more complex, and less secure.


There are two decent password managers I would recommend: KeePass and Password Safe, both free. I have used KeePass and have found it to be simple and easy to use.


Create multidimensional array and add value

I have a listview that is populated with a jsonobject that I parsed using Gson. I use a loop to create an array and add the value to each different position. How do I add a value to this array, for example:
var names = [

var money = [

var moneyOrdered = []

I tried doing this but it didn’t work:

Does anyone know how to do this?


You can do something like this:
var names = [

var money = [

var moneyOrdered = []

for (var i = 0; i < names.length; i++) { moneyOrdered.push([names[i], money[i]]); } console.log(JSON.stringify(moneyOrdered)) Or, if you only want to add moneyOrdered (not names and money), and get the money in the end, you can do: var names = [ "Bob", "Dan", "Joe" ] var money = [ "1,000", "2,000",

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RandomPass is a free, open-source Windows application that generates passwords and hashes in a lightweight and secure manner. It is available under GNU General Public License. Its output can be optionally structured in a customizable way and includes an easy-to-understand summary, a complex password and its hash, several simple passwords, the GUID, and a 32-bit integer. It also supports different authentication methods such as SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-512, MD5, and system.
[copy the below syntax from the help file and replace $password_length with the password length you want]

RandomPass [-help] [-structured] [-password $password_length [-password_type $output_struct] [-list] [-uppercase] [-lowercase] [-numbers] [-special] [-special $special_chars] [-guid] [-32bit] [-utf] [-md5] [-sha1] [-sha256] [-sha512] [-sha]

RandomPass -length 16 -special ch

The syntax is simple:

$password_length is the length of the generated password
$output_struct is the format of your password –either simple, structured, or both–

Simple (one password at a time) 

Output format:

Password: Example: $password_length$password_chars$password_chars
Hash: Example: $password_chars$hash_string$iteration_count
$password_chars can be set to a set of any character, including spaces.
$iteration_count is an integer that shows the number of times a given hash was generated and it can be used to generate different password hashes. As an example, $iteration_count=5 will generate the following hashes: $password_chars$1$password_chars$2$password_chars$3$password_chars$4

Structured (list of passwords) 

Output format:

Password: Example: $password_chars$password_chars
Hash: Example: $password_chars$hash_string$iteration_count
The password list can be easily imported and exported using CSV format. It can be imported into any text editor, spreadsheet, CSV library, etc.

Password: Example: $password_chars

Hash: Example: $


System Requirements:

Supported Video Cards:
HD Graphics 2000 / HD Graphics 3000 (3)
NVidia GTX 580 or AMD Radeon R9 290X / R9 290
NVidia GTX 460 or AMD Radeon R7 260X / R7 260
NVidia GTX 560 or AMD Radeon R9 270X / R9 270
NVidia GTX 560 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 280X / R9 280
NVidia GTX 650 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 285X / R9 285
Intel HD Graphics 4000 (11)
AMD HD 8000


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