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JPasswordGenerator for Linux 1.1

JPasswordGenerator creates safe and strong passwords

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JPasswordGenerator for Linux is a Security software developed by Reiner Prols. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for JPasswordGenerator for Linux:

Brothersoft Editor: JPasswordGenerator is a platform independent (Java program) for creating safe and strong passwords from predefined character sets in a random way. For this a strong Number Generator is used. JPasswordGenerator is an Open Source project released under the GPL.

JPasswordGenerator has six sets of characters which can be individually enabled and edited. All the characters from the enabled sets are puted together in a character pool (duplicate characters will not be removed!). You can configure the range for the length of the password.

When you press the "Create" button a password will be created by choosing single characters in a random way from the pool. A character is not removed if it was choosen, so double characters can occur. The created password is displayed in the password field box and copied in the system clipboard, so it's easy to Paste It an editor, email and so on.

At the moment JPasswordGenerator is localized in English. If you want to do some translations please contact me!

A short online help is available for JPasswordGenerator and can be accessed in the program by pressing the F1 key.
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for JPasswordGenerator for Linux,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with JPasswordGenerator for Linux.