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    I've been happy user of RPG when I use 32bit computer, but when I start using 64bit computer, (tested all versions of RPG, even latest, no change) I think passwords the program will create ain't secure enough. Or what do you think?...

    Here's 10, 64mark "Secure" password... yeah very secure...

    ?(%%}}}}<<<</////====33311119999666444422221111YYYYUUUUPPPPLlLGG
    66MMIIIIDDDDZZZZVVVVVQQQMMMMHHHHdddyyyyyuu1199997777PPPPKKKK&GGC
    9888666444443333DDDZZZZUUUUUQQQQLLLHHHHDDDDYYYYuuuuppppllllg*ggc
    AAVVVRRRRMMMMiiiieeeezzzzvvvvvqqmmmmhhhhhdddd}}}},,,,||||===4***
    %!!!<<</////++++3333111199998888666444433331111YYYYUUUUQQQQLlLLH
    3111000088886666NNNNIIIIEEEEZZZZVVVVRRRRMMMMIIIIddddzzzzuuuu/qqm
    OJJJFFFFAAAAWWWWssssnnnnjjjjeeeeaaavvvvllllnnnn))))%%%%}}}<<8<//
    ..;;;----^^^^!!!![[[[?????55553331111000088886666444433333EEeZZZ
    0008887777555553333222200008888SSSNNNNJJJJJFFFFAAAAWWWWRRRRNn+Ni
    99777555554444GGGGCCCCXXXXTTTTOOOKKKKGGGGGBBBBxxxxsssoooojjj-fff

    32 bit version of OS will create passwords like this and I'm sure this is more secure than above keys...
    }zZ)HuEr&*iW4s>!y/|V(hC\IlaO2^RGLbT:71#65tQcDnKNg[$]B98AYwM<?SF@

    So what to do?
    Last edited by fi6jsp; Nov. 12th, 2012, 11:18.

  • #2
    Almost 300 read my message, but no one care to reply, not even IObit coders...

    It appears that the IOBIT products are 32bit only, not for any higher bits...

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    • #3
      Sorry, but very Few people have a Need for such 'Extreme' Passwords. :wink:
      Last edited by Toppack; Dec. 21st, 2012, 18:16.

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      • #4
        Thanks for your reply...

        Sorry, but very Few people have a Need for such 'Extreme' Passwords
        Oh well.. and someone then suprises when some internet service is cracked when people use passwords like "qwerty"...

        When I Share with colleagues/friends some attachments, I'd rather encrypted them with long and difficult passwords, so every 10 year old and.. so-one cannot open it without a correct tools/ and lot's of time!

        I know, that e.g. US goverment can open pretty much any encrypted message, file, etc... but if they wanna spend their money for encrypted files filled etc my close friend new book version, he'd send to rate it or some funny photo etc.. so let them open, but every "John Doe" has to spend lot of time and effort to open e.g. 64 symbol password, with different encryption methods... to see just nonsense for him/her..

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        • #5
          Yes, I suppose Some people have Something to Hide! :lol:

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          • #6
            Originally posted by fi6jsp View Post
            Thanks for your reply...



            Oh well.. and someone then suprises when some internet service is cracked when people use passwords like "qwerty"...

            When I Share with colleagues/friends some attachments, I'd rather encrypted them with long and difficult passwords, so every 10 year old and.. so-one cannot open it without a correct tools/ and lot's of time!

            I know, that e.g. US goverment can open pretty much any encrypted message, file, etc... but if they wanna spend their money for encrypted files filled etc my close friend new book version, he'd send to rate it or some funny photo etc.. so let them open, but every "John Doe" has to spend lot of time and effort to open e.g. 64 symbol password, with different encryption methods... to see just nonsense for him/her..

            If this is the case than why are you relying on freeware like the Iobit software to generate and store your passwords??? :shock:You defeat yourself.

            From your user CP:
            Iobit AWC5 free for testing, Random Password Generator.
            There is no such thing as AWC5 (at least by Iobit)!!

            Perhaps you should look at the newer Iobit softwares!!

            I do hope you are not infected!


            Sincerely,
            -Mel
            Live long and prosper!
            Last edited by Melvin_Deal; Feb. 11th, 2013, 03:18.


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            • #7
              Originally posted by fi6jsp View Post
              Almost 300 read my message, but no one care to reply, not even IObit coders...

              It appears that the IOBIT products are 32bit only, not for any higher bits...
              Hi :smile:
              IObit is no longer supporting this software and as you can see by the title Random Password Generator - [Open Source Project] it has now been released as Open Source.

              All the best, woz of oz
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              • #8
                Apologies for digging up this old post but is there a good reason why this software was dropped to being open source? Not enough users perhaps?

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                • #9
                  You should not use these commands, there are other commands those are more useful and effective for your device. Make sure to add up all the codes separately and in a sequence. That's all you need to do.

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