About Password Maker
The idea is that people tend to use words they can remember as passwords. By virtue of being a word, the password is vulnerable to being cracked by a dictionary attack. By substituting numbers, mixed cases, and special characters, Password Maker breaks up the word yet allows it to retain the “look” of the source word.
For example, “dog” could become “D0g,” “d()g,” “dO9” or some other variation.
Whats New in this Version
- Fixed an issue that prevented the widget from working with the new version of WebKit/Safari.
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