pwgen secure password generator

options: length: capitalize: numerals: symbols: secure: ambiguous: no-vowels: amount:
$ pwgen -C --capitalize --numerals 16 32
uuN1oongohziQuee eic1aiphiePhiido Aesoopie1thovooW bei5AeThu3eiN8nu shar9mai7Noo3oof ahl5iQu1hee8eiJi Aipheiquaih0phuo Pae6sabeenohThae ahpheiHaeNaw2Cah AiRahNgagh2eex3u foo7Eez0ohThee6u Aimiefieshah1owo tuuz4omoh8uu9Doo shiengae0deS4Ak4 Uga7oT4Iey1kaqua AeH6zoh1ooc3bai4 soo3fa5Ohph5neif Wahk6Quae4Dozash eiHohquohz3koo9i ooshaiZ2oocaevei bae8eingeW7daung Ohgh5oGhuighohTh Ahhai9peemahNgei she7hoo8Eigohsho ooKeiH8eeSh3eebu ugohWairaip2eiRo shohSi9xa5UujiWu XooyuaV0ahmoqua8 udoo9eiCh7maecha ooZeig4fubod5ahl ceJaixuqu6Ahbo0e fieyie7ouMai9aht
Usage: pwgen [ OPTIONS ] [ pw_length ] [ num_pw ] Options supported by pwgen: -c or --capitalize Include at least one capital letter in the password -A or --no-capitalize Don't include capital letters in the password -n or --numerals Include at least one number in the password -0 or --no-numerals Don't include numbers in the password -y or --symbols Include at least one special symbol in the password -s or --secure Generate completely random passwords -B or --ambiguous Don't include ambiguous characters in the password -h or --help Print a help message -H or --sha1=path/to/file[#seed] Use sha1 hash of given file as a (not so) random generator -C Print the generated passwords in columns -1 Don't print the generated passwords in columns -v or --no-vowels Do not use any vowels so as to avoid accidental nasty words https://sourceforge.net/projects/pwgen/