"Coming up with good passwords is never easy. One of my favorite
tools for creating secure passwords is Password Generator, also
known as pwgen, a utility that generates random (but pronounceable)
"Password Generator is a utility written by Ted Ts'o, whom you
may remember from such open source projects as the Linux kernel's
Ext4 filesystem. Long before Ext4 was on the scene though, T'so
hacked together this GPL'ed password generator that creates strong
passwords -- with a helpful twist. The passwords created by pwgen
are also meant to be easily memorized. When you use pwgen in its
default mode, it creates a password that should be "pronounceable."
That doesn't mean it will be a word, but it will have strings of
characters you can wrap your tongue around to make it easier to
memorize. Let's look at a few examples from its default
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