Password Generator

About our Password Generator

When you enter this page, a strong and secure password is automatically generated for you to copy and use immediately. To copy your password you can select it and use the shortcut Ctrl + c, or just use the icon below the password field on the left (the password will be copied to your clipboard).
If for some reason the generated password does not suit you or you want to generate another one, just click on the icon . A new password will be generated quickly and automatically.

By default, 16 characters long passwords are generated. But you can use the slider and set the length of the password from 1 to 64 characters. Of course we recommend generating long passwords (at least 12 characters).

When generating a password there are several options that you can switch:

  • Lowercase letters - lowercase letters are taken into when creating a password
  • Uppercase letters - uppercase letters are taken into when creating a password
  • Numbers - when creating a password, the numbers are taken
  • Symbols - the following symbols are used when creating a password: [email protected]#$%^&*(){}[]=<>/,.
  • Without similar signs - when creating a password the following signs are excluded: i, l, O, 1, 0, I

Also, you can select options such as:

  • Contains at least one lower case letter
  • It contains at least one capital letter
  • Contains at least one digit
  • Contains at least one special character

The above options will come in handy when you need to enter a password that meets your specific requirements when creating an account. It has the appropriate length and contains appropriate characters.
For example, we may need to provide a password that has at least 10 characters, contains an upper and lower case letter, at least one number and a special character. For such requirements all options must be checked.

Some rules related to secure passwords

  • do not use the same password for multiple accounts,
  • a password should contain at least 12 characters (the longer the better),
  • use complex passwords; they contain upper and lower case letters and special characters,
  • a password should not be based directly on a real word or a popular character combination (e.g. qwerty),
  • a password should not be based directly on data known to other persons (date of birth, names, car registration number, etc.),
  • do not use similar passwords that change only a single word or character (e.g. strongPasswordFacebook, strongPasswordGmail),
  • do not send your password over the Internet (e.g. by e-mail or text message) in plain text (unencrypted) form,
  • a password should be changed from time to time,
  • when you create a password based on a word or sentence and convert letters into special characters, don't replace them in easy patterns.

Why we need strong passwords?

According to research conducted by SplashData, it appears that among the most popular slogans used by people are: 123456, qwerty, password, iloveyou, 1q2w3e4r, etc., etc. More examples can be seen on the Wikipedia website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_most_common_passwords.

These are passwords that can be easily guessed. You can find lists of passwords on the Internet and on their basis carry out an attack on our accounts by checking them one by one. This is why we should make sure that our passwords are unique.

Another way to attack is to use the brute force method. This means checking all possible combinations. Of course, the longer the password and containing many different characters, the harder it is to crack it.