This secure random password generator creates strong random plain text passwords using the PCG32 random number generator without sending them over the internet or storing them on a server.
I developed this password generator because I don't trust the security and randomness of passwords generated by other password generators; plus, I like a challenge. I also wanted to test out my implementation of the PCG32 pseudo-random number generator with an environment-based seed. By generating multiple passwords using this secure password generator, saving them to my local computer then mixing them I can confidently trust in the uniqueness of my passwords. The number of password breaches each year is staggering. By using a unique, random password for every account I can rest assured that even if one system is hacked all of my other accounts' passwords are safe.
Pro Tips for Users
Always use unique passwords for every account you have.
Never reuse the same password twice.
Always ensure passwords are at a minimum twelve characters long. The longer the better.
Never use dictionary words, birthdays, names or any other personally identifiable information in your password.
Always ensure passwords contain a mixture of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation and