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#ActualNet Gnome

Posted 07 January 2013 - 07:46 AM

a little while back i created this cipher program to generate ciphered text from a couple clear text sources plus some mutation values. Its not cryptographicaly secure, but then that is not its purpose. It just allows you to keep some clear-text reminders somewhere then bring them together to generate your password for whatever. I don't use it yet as i still want to add a "user seed key" that is separate so that even if someone used your clear text, they still couldnt get your passwords cause they lacked your user seed key. I also want to add the ability to restrict specific special characters from the output, just havent gotten a round-tuit yet.

 

Anyway, its the best i've come up with that obviates memorization.


#3Net Gnome

Posted 07 January 2013 - 07:39 AM

a little while back i created this cipher program to generate ciphered text from a couple clear text sources plus some mutation values. Its not cryptographicaly secure, but then that is not its purpose. It just allows you to keep some clear-text reminders somewhere then bring them together to generate your password for whatever. I don't use it yet as i still want to add a "user seed key" that is separate so that even if someone used your clear text, they still couldnt get your passwords cause they lacked your user seed key. I also want to add the ability to restrict specific special characters from the output, just havent gotten a round-tuit yet.

 

Anyway, its the best i've come up with that obviates memorization.

 

One interesting note: the Random in mono and the Random in .Net behave slightly different and as such may produce different ciphers


#2Net Gnome

Posted 07 January 2013 - 07:35 AM

a little while back i created this cipher program to generate ciphered text from a couple clear text sources plus some mutation values. Its not cryptographicaly secure, but then that is not its purpose. It just allows you to keep some clear-text reminders somewhere then bring them together to generate your password for whatever. I don't use it yet as i still want to add a "user seed key" that is separate so that even if someone used your clear text, they still couldnt get your passwords cause they lacked your user seed key. 

 

Anyway, its the best i've come up with that obviates memorization.

 

One interesting note: the Random in mono and the Random in .Net behave slightly different and as such may produce different ciphers


#1Net Gnome

Posted 07 January 2013 - 07:33 AM

a little while back i created this cipher program to generate ciphered text from a couple clear text sources plus some mutation values. Its not cryptographicaly secure, but then that is not its purpose. It just allows you to keep some clear-text reminders somewhere then bring them together to generate your password for whatever. I don't use it yet as i still want to add a "user seed key" that is separate so that even if someone used your clear text, they still couldnt get your passwords cause they lacked your user seed key. 

 

Anyway, its the best i've come up with that obviates memorization.


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