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Generate Highly Secure Passwords With Free PassworG

A highly secure, strong password is a must for keeping your online account safe from hackers. But, unfortunately most people are using their name or something easy to remember (pronounceable) things for their passwords.

Few months’ back we published about some password generators (see here / here / here), here is another one PassworG that allows you to create any number of random, unique and highly secure passwords which are very difficult to crack or guess.

PasswoG is free, portable password generator software. It also contains a built-in password quality checker. Use this feature to check your passwords strength and get suggestions on how to increase their quality. (via)

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PassworG is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP


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