Secure Passwords: Generate A Different Password For Every Website

Dave LeClair 19-09-2012

Hackers are all over the Internet trying to steal personal information. It’s unfortunate, but security online is more important than it’s ever been. A huge part of security comes from generating passwords that are not easy to brute force or guess. Secure Passwords is a web-based app that generates complicated passwords for you, and has an easy solution to get access to your passwords when you need them.


different password for every website

To start with, you enter your username and domain for the site. So if you were using Google, you would enter your Google user name and Google as the domain. Do not use .com, just the name of the site. Next, choose the number of characters for your password. After that, enter a unique phrase that you will need when you want to pull the password up again. This can be anything you choose. Click generate and you will have your new password.


This site does not change your password for you. Instead, you manually change it and use this site to recall the password later. To get the password, enter in the exact same information you use when you generated the password, and it will bring back the exact same password again.


  • Generate ultra secure, complicated passwords.
  • Only need to remember the pass phrase, not the password itself.
  • Uses bcrypt decryption for safe passwords.
  • Code available through GitHub to assure you that the developer cannot see the passwords.

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  1. Jack Janus
    April 13, 2017 at 4:50 am

    Creative article ! I loved the analysis ! Does someone know if my company might be able to get a fillable AL MVT 5-6 document to fill in ?

  2. Gordon Hay
    January 11, 2013 at 9:38 am

    So instead of remembering a password you have to remember a "unique phrase" to get an app to remember it for you - I fail to see any advantage (other than having a complicated password generated for you), but why would you do this when you can use the likes of LastPass (others are available), which does the job far more efficiently and effectively?

    The well-worn comment, "a solution looking for a problem", comes to mind here.

  3. c
    September 20, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    This is one piece of software that I hope will be invaluable to me. I have a lousy memory and am constantly either foretting the passwords I need or confusing them with each other. I keep a list. When I need it i either cannot find it or for some reason the password I use suddenly does not work. So I use the same password tll it fails then make up another. Juggling the letters and numbers, lowcase or highcase is irritating and time consuming. This piece of software will go some distance in relieving my irratability in thinking up new permutations. At least i will give it a try. Nothing I have used so far has quite come up to my satisfaction for a simple, quick and productive way to generate a simple, quick & rememorable password.