Generates a secure passphrase from the EFF's long word list.
Generates a secure passphrase using the EFF's long word list and the browser's crypto RNG. The passphrase has an entropy of ~77 bits. For a stronger password try tinyurl.com/y92yob5v The author is one of the #MillionsMissing. If you find this software useful, please consider donating to the Open Medicine Foundation www.OMF.ngo for much needed research. Thank you. Dice icon by Gregor Cresnar from Flaticon. Licensed by CC 3.0 BY.
- (2017-08-02) Simple and just works
- (2019-03-18, v:2018.5.28.3) Eric Schultz: Same passphrase for the same web site?
Can I use to remember my passphrase when I return to the web site to log in again? If I want to use a different passphrase for every web site do I still need to store them some where or will this extension generate the same pass phrase each time I return to the web site?
- (2017-12-13, v:1.0) Stuart Minte: Prefix/Append
Is there anyway for you to add the ability to prefix the passphrase with anything of the users choice? For example, we are using this to create random names during testing. I want to prefix my name so I know which ones are mine and not someone elses. So far two of us in our office are using this. If we has the ability to prefix/append, then more would use it. Cheers Mark