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To help you generate secure passwords, this small and handy application generates random passwords of different lengths, ranging from eight to 63 characters long. To avoid repeating any of the created passwords, WPA2Gen will not use letters already present in your password. It helps to create secure passwords using the WPA2Gen Password Generator.  Generates short secure passwords  Generates long secure passwords  Saves passwords to file  Generates QR codes from passwords  Software Requirements: Windows (for example, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1) Python Read more about WPA2Gen on GitHub A: [redacted] It is time for a change in the way we approach security. I have been a security consultant and system administrator for almost 30 years, and in that time I've dealt with many, many organizations who are completely overwhelmed by the security requirements of their computer systems. They fear that the next move will be from someone breaking in, and they start making weaker security decisions like putting the D-word (password) on the Internet. They tend to make things too complicated, or they don't understand how to use good security practices. What you are seeing is the result of ignorance. To be honest, it's not new. But as you might have seen with the recent Wikileaks documents, "ignorance is not bliss". So, it's time to start giving people the knowledge and tools they need to make informed security decisions. The first step is to start teaching them the "core" principles of security. If you see people's systems, they are often stuck in a way of thinking that says "password length doesn't matter". Or "we're encrypting, right? So, passwords don't matter." This is about security through obscurity. This is not good security. You see, what we don't realize is that password security is an after-the-fact action. The fact is that, even if we get our password encrypted, someone will eventually get the key. We are not really interested in passwords. The reason for this is because they are a weak form of authentication. A password is a guarantee that you are who you say you are, that you can recall it, and that it will not be duplicated. But if the password is guessable, then we have lost. So the principle that is most important to teach people is that a system where users are required to know and

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