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Python password_scrambler by hasherezade

Discussion in 'Source Code' started by storm shadow, Sep 8, 2015.

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  1. storm shadow

    Techbliss Owner Admin Ida Pro Expert Developer

    Password scrambler

    Small utility to generate complicated passwords

    • You get more secure password- long, not from dictionary, etc i.e 'txork9Zfa8yXc_lMbb1LCHPZIH7wE1'
    • Yet, you don't have to remeber it - you must remember only your easy password and document that you used as a generation base
    • It is not saving your complicated password anywhere, so nobody can steal it and decrypt - it generates it by hasing function and you just need to copy it and login where you want
    • Open source, written in python - nothing is hidden under the hood, everyone can review it before using and make custom changes in code
    How it works:

    Code (Python):

    ./passcrambler.py --help
    usage: passcrambler.py [-h] --file FILE --login LOGIN [--special SPECIAL]
    [--length LENGTH]
    Password scrambler
    optional arguments:
    -h, --help show this help message and exit
    --file FILE File used to initialize generation
    --login LOGIN Login for which you want to use the password
    --special SPECIAL Whitelist of special characters, i.e: '_&#'
    --length LENGTH Length of the password, default=30
    Code (Python):
    ./passcrambler.py --file MyPhoto.jpg --login hasherezade@hasherezade.net
    Password: _password123_
    Typical sc
    • I need to generate a new password i.e. for my e-mail
    • I have to prepare 2 things : an easy password, that I will remember and some document, that I have to keep safe without changes
    • I deploy password scrambler giving as an input my login and a document
    • I am prompted for the easy password, so I type it
    • I copy generated password and change it in my e-mail service
    • Wherever I need to re-login I just deploy scrambler with same parameters, and it will regenerate the same hash

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