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 â€œlookâ€ of the source word.
For example, â€œdogâ€ could become â€œD0g,â€ â€œd()g,â€ â€œdO9â€ 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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