Make a strong password
STRONG PASSWORDS YOU CAN REMEMBER
Oh man, it's your 150th account right now because a stupid hacker is hacking all your accounts because your password is
Well, I am here to make sure those hackers can't get you again! This password generator is one-of-a-kind! It generates passwords you can actually remember and relate to making the memorization process a lot easier! Anyone wanna calculate how many possible passwords there are? lol
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Easify your homework:
I don't have time right now to calculate the number of passwords, but use this:
console.log("Number of letters", letters.length) console.log("Number of words", words.length) console.log("Number of special", special.length) // Now evaluate the following console.log(((letters.length)*(letters.length)*(words.length)*(letters.length)*(words.length)*(special.length)*(letters.length) + (words.length)*(letters.length)*(letters.length)*(words.length)*(words.length)*(special.length)).toLocaleString())
The amount of passwords that can be generated is....
Also known as
That's a lot!
3.26 trillion passwords!
Ok so basically, in the array.js file, there's the letter category (62 characters), symbol category (18 I believe), and then the words category (949 manually counted). Sifting through script.js, it looked like the highest possible amount of spots was 19. So, I multiplied all of these numbers together, and got:
20,122,596 possible passwords. However, I'm probably wrong, as I did this while I was half asleep.