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    @thpadelis/gpass

    1.3.2 • Public • Published

    gPass - Random Password Generator

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    What is gPass?

    gPass stands for Password Generator, it's a utility command line tool that allows you to generate random password.

    Installation

    Install the CLI globally. If you are windows user, run the command as administrator. If you are macOS user, add sudo before the following command. If you are linux user, you already know what you are doing.

    npm install --global @thpadelis/gpass

    Usage

    gpass [options]

    Options:

    • -V, --version output the version number
    • -l, --length <number> length of password (default: "10")
    • -n, --number <number> generate number of passwords (default: "1")
    • -s, --save save password to passwords.txt (default: false)
    • -el, --exclude-lower exclude lower letters (default: false)
    • -eu, --exclude-upper exclude upper letters (default: false)
    • -en, --exclude-numbers exclude number (default: false)
    • -es, --exclude-symbols exclude symbols (default: false)
    • -cp, --copy copy to clipboard (default: false)
    • -p, --pin create PIN (default: false)
    • -h, --help display help for command

    Examples

    Generate password with length of 20 characters

    gpass -l 20

    Generate password with no symbols

    gpass -es

    Generate password with no numbers

    gpass -en

    Generate password with only letters and length of 16

    gpass -l 16 -es -en

    Create PIN

    gpass -p

    Advice

    1. Use gpass to generate random passwords.
    2. Avoid to use a short passwords, try to use only passwords with 16+ characters.
    3. Do not share your passwords with any one.
    4. Do not reuse a password.

    Install

    npm i @thpadelis/gpass

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    Version

    1.3.2

    License

    MIT

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