Generate 10 pronunciable passwords

apg -a 0 -n 10
A great password generation tool. http://www.adel.nursat.kz/apg/
Sample Output
[renich@introdesk ~]$  apg -a 0 -n 10
Sodhefreb
SlegTyps
ojBifced
Icsibjafye
Frirphyij
Howviddij|
dramwoolf
youTwik/
dabcybr`
ghistivDej

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By: renich
2009-03-28 08:52:59

What Others Think

What about using pwgen for this? pwgen 8 10 produces 10 randomly generated passwords - each 8 chars long. If you prefer to have one password per line, just add -1 pwgen 8 10 -1
DNSpyder · 495 weeks and 1 day ago
"Pronunciable" in which language? :)
roebek · 495 weeks and 1 day ago
Yeah I've checked out apg but I always end up using pwgen just because it seems to be more widely available as a preinstalled or prepackaged tool on various platforms.
philiph · 495 weeks ago
Oh well, they're kind of pronounceable in spanish... haha... No preinstalled pwgen in fedora!
renich · 495 weeks ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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