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Password Generator

Generate Strong and Secure Passwords

Password Generator

Create unique, random and strong passwords with our free Password Generator. Use the passwords for email accounts, online banking and financial services, social media accounts, online shopping websites, business applications and networks, mobile devices and computers, and Wi-Fi networks.

Password Generator: Input



Password Generator: Output

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Password Strength: 48.7

Rating: 0-24 Very Weak, 25-49 Weak, 50-74 Good, 75-99 Strong, 100+ Very Strong

How to use the Password Generator
  1. Select how many characters you want in the password from 4 to 128 characters.
  2. Select to include lower case, upper case, numbers, and symbols.
  3. For more complexity, select to include similar characters and ambiguous characters.
  4. Press the Generate button. View the list of Random Numbers generated in the output box.
  5. View the password strength. Is it adequate for your purpose?
  6. The Random Ace Password Generator does not store any passwords.

What is a Password Generator?

A password generator uses a random or pseudo-random process to produce a unique sequence of characters. The characters are equally likely to occur and are independent of each other.

The output characters can be unique (different) with no repeated characters because the selected characters are withdrawn from the selection pool. Or the output characters can be possibly the same and repeated because the selection pool always contains the same group of characters.

The output random characters might not appear to be random because the characters can be the same or close simply by chance and order. For example, the probability of flipping four heads in a row is one in sixteen, which is not very rare. The more characters in the selection pool, the less chance of a repeated character.

Why Use a Password Generator?

Random password generators have many applications for personal and business purposes where a random and unpredictable password is required.

  • Security: Passwords help defend against unauthorized access to and use of computers, emails, cell phones, alarms, bank accounts, memberships, ecommerce sites, and online services. Be more secure and safe.
  • Strong passwords: Manual password creation or reset can lead to weak passwords, repeated passwords, reused passwords, or similar passwords. Avoid picking a bad password and compromising your security.
  • Save time: Password generators create secure passwords faster than manual methods do and save time. Quickly get a password and use it.
  • Computer random: People are not good at creating strong passwords. The human mind tends to associate patterns, which is not random. Avoid your pattern associations.
  • Not guessable: People often derive the passwords from things in their lives, such as pets, phone numbers, dates or addresses, which hackers might easily guess or find out. Make it difficult to know or guess about you.

Our Password Generator is always here to simply provide you with custom passwords for all your important security needs.

Who uses a Password Generator?

Many types of people use a password generator in their personal and business lives.

  • Device owners: People who own or manage many devices or accounts. Get a unique and strong password as you need each time.
  • Busy people: People who change their passwords frequently. Get you new passwords quickly and easily.
  • At-risk people: People who are at risk of having their passwords found or divulging their passwords. Be safer by changing your passwords often.
  • Security conscious: People who want strong passwords, simply and quickly. Make very strong passwords up to 128 characters.
  • Business organizations: System administrators and security managers who manage many computers, devices, users or programs. Customize your passwords for your applications and users.

What makes a password strong?

The strength of a password is a function of its length, character complexity, and how predictable.

Information Entropy is a common measure of the strength of a password. It reflects the probability of searching for and finding (cracking) all the correct characters.

  • Length: Strong password should be at least 14 characters long.
  • Composition: Strong password should have numbers, lower case letters, upper case letters, and symbols. Other characters can be added for more complexity.
  • Random: Passwords should be random and unique.
  • Unique: Do not use the same password for multiple accounts or devices.
  • Secure: Guard and protect your passwords. Do not tell or show them to anyone.