Password Generator

Enpass has a built-in password generator that creates a strong and unique password every time you require one.

Generating Passwords

The password’s complexity can be altered by adjusting password recipes, i.e, pronounceable password recipe and random password recipe.

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Note

Enpass uses zxcbvn algorithm to give you the realistic estimation of password strength.

Here’s how to do it:

  • While generating random passwords, you can decide the number of digits, symbols and uppercase letters you want in your password, in that particular priority.
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  • For pronounceable password, you can choose to use Uppercase, Digits and any one from the available seperators.
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The Avoid Ambiguity button removes the following ambiguous letters from your password:

1 (one), l (small L) and I (eye); O (oh) and 0 (zero).

To copy the generated password, just tap on the password text and the copy button will appear.

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Password History

Enpass keeps a record of the last five passwords that you generated and used, along with their respective domains and timestamps. This feature is especially useful when you have to change a website’s password using the Enpass password generator.

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Every password you change gets recorded into password history of that particular password field and the maximum storage limit is up-to last 5 changes.