passwordgen

0.3.0 • Public • Published

passwordgen.js

Generates passwords in the command line. Why passwordgen.js?

  • Makes phrase passwords as well as character passwords. See xkcd #936.
  • Word passwords are easier to type on mobile.

Install

npm install -g passwordgen

Usage

$ gen
ztht3JflLBzmbEu
 
$ gen --words 4
correct horse battery staple
 
$ gen --chars 10 --symbols
O_Rf-4qBOHmm
 
$ gen | xsel -ib   # linux 
$ gen | pbcopy     # osx 
# copies the password to clipboard 

--help

Usage: gen [options]

Options:

  -h, --help          output usage information
  -w, --words <n>     generate <n> words
  -c, --chars <n>     generate <n> characters
  -s, --symbols       include symbols
  -S, --seed <seed>   use a seed value

Examples:

  $ gen         #=> EH8peEWVyYskuPh
  $ gen -c 5    #=> WsPnA
  $ gen -w 4    #=> correct horse battery staple

Programmatic usage

See index.js for all details.

var Passwordgen = require('passwordgen');
gen = new Passwordgen();
 
gen.phrase();       //=> "television pen card small"
gen.chars();        //=> "uAC4bGA0tXG"
 
gen.word();         //=> "kitten"
gen.words();        //=> ['hello', 'honey', 'mittens', 'score']

Also available:

gen.phrase(3);
gen.phrase({ symbols: true });
gen.phrase({ separator: '_' });
 
gen.words(3);
gen.words({ symbols: true });
 
gen.chars(10);
gen.chars(10, { letters: false });
gen.chars(10, { numbers: false });
gen.chars(10, { symbols: true });

License

© 2013, Rico Sta. Cruz. Released under the MIT License.

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npm i passwordgen

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Version

0.3.0

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