Advanced Password Generator is an application designed to generate passwords of any length and character content. It allows users to do generate random numbers, which is used to generate an extremely random seed value. It will create alphabetic, numeric, alphanumeric or all keyboard characters password of user-defined lengths. Password can be generated in lowercase or mixed case. All passwords can be printed. It will generate to 60 passwords.
Reviewing 2.91 (Sep 19, 2006)
Ok why is there so much stuuupid software releases out here the past few days? Some teacher make all their students write/release something? Why, oh why, would ANYONE pay for this?
Horrable idea, ugly interface, worthess idea, and a rip-off to buy it.
Reviewing 2.84 (Sep 18, 2004)
What a stupid comment from hellahard. There is a good reason for GOOD random-password generators. For example, generating a bunch of 26-character hexidecimal WEP keys is not my idea of a good time, nor is manually creating a strong 32-character mixed-case alphanumeric password.
Also, humans are not good at creating randomness, even if they think they are. Mashing your fingers on the keyboard will never be as good as using a utility with a good PRNG.
This thing is a piece of junk with a terrible interface, hence my rating.
Reviewing 2.74 (Feb 27, 2001)
i dont understand why you need a program to make random passwords! you can just open pico or notepad and type some random numbers and letters in upper and lower case! it is just for lazy people.
Reviewing 2.7 (Jul 31, 2000)
1. Click on screenshot
2. 'Numbers and letters' is selected
3. Look at the passwords
4. Worthless P.O.S.
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