Password Generation

pwgen --alt-phonics --capitalize 9 10
Produces secure passwords that satisfy most rules for secure passwords and can be customized for correct output as needed. See "man pwgen" for details.
Sample Output
$ pwgen --alt-phonics --capitalize 9 10
ju7wuQu0w tahPh2hee Ooth7ag1O ieF8thai9 aeNg6thai rahLoy8ah ixeiz6Eiy OhN8Pheiz
IeHe3goi5 eeZ6ied7m 

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By: CafeNinja
2009-10-24 08:36:36

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pwgen is a really good tool It produces secure password that are not to hard to remember by default (use phonics).
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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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