The Password Generator allows you to create random passwords. You can determine the length of the generated passwords and which characters are used for your password.
You can choose whether your password should contain uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits or special characters. If you wish, you can customize the default settings, which category comprises which characters, by adding or removing any characters to the corresponding character classes in the settings of the password generator. Of course, you can also use any Unicode character for that. In addition, there is an option whether the created passwords must contain at least one character of each selected character category or not.
In addition to the display of the newly created password in the generator itself, you can also copy your newly created passwords automatically to the clipboard so that you can paste the passwords directly into another program window without having to do that manually. In addition, the history feature provides the ability to collect multiple passwords and to export them all at once as a password list.
In addition to creating passwords using the program's graphical user interface, the PasswordGenerator also offers the option to create passwords using the command line in batch mode. This means that the tool can also be integrated into scripts, for example.
If you need more features to create random passwords or create other random words, we recommend the WordCreator. You can use the WordCreator, for example, to create readable words, to create words from syllables, or to weight the letters and syllables used with probabilities.
Download the PasswordGenerator for free in the download area for Windows, Linux or macOS and learn in the first steps how you can benefit from this application. Additionally, we are collecting frequently asked question about the PasswordGenerator on the FAQ page for you. The PasswordGenerator is portable, you can use the program directly without an installation.
You want to first see what the PasswordGenerator looks like? On the screenshot page we have compiled some screenshots of the PasswordGenerator for you.