password420 : Strong Password Generator Online – Easy to remember Strong Passwords

A strong password should have;

Length – A strong password is atleast 10 characters or more in length.

Complexity – A strong password should not be words from dictionary, names and must be a combination of upper and lower case alphabets, numbers, special characters like $,@ etc

Variation – Change your passwords often atleast once every month

Variety – Do not use the same password in all the online sites.

But the problem is for humans to remember a strong password.

The project solves this by creating a password depot that allows the users to generate and retrieve their strong password using a userid and a 4 character passkey.
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DeepDigest – A file integrity checker, Similar to md5deep/sha256deep but in a GUI.

DeepDigest is a file integrity checker. It calculates hash values for selected files and allows the files to be verified against those values. Its GUI interface provides several features not found in similar programs. Roughly speaking, DeepDigest is a GUI version of md5deep/sha256deep.

Platform Unix/Linux

To use DeepDigest, a user first creates a “job”. This specifies the directory to be hashed and the hash algorithm to be used (MD5 or SHA-256). The results of a job run are saved to an archive file. Subsequent runs of the job are compared to this archive to determine which files have changed. New, deleted, renamed or moved files are also reported. The results view may be sorted, filtered and searched.

Results may be exported in csv format or to another installation of DeepDigest.

DeepDigest may be run from the command line and from scripts. The name of the job to be run is passed as a command line argument.

DeepDigest is written in C++ and uses the Qt libraries.

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crackpkcs12 – Multithreaded program to crack PKCS#12 files (p12 and pfx extensions)

What is it?
crackpkcs12 is a tool to audit PKCS#12 files passwords (extension .p12 or .pfx). It’s written in C and uses openssl library.
It works on GNU/Linux and other UNIX systems.
His author is aestu and his license is GPLv3+ slightly modified to use openssl library.

How to install it?
You have to install libssl library. libssl is the package in Debian like distros and openssl in RedHat like distros.
For Debian like distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Backtrack, etc) you can download .deb packages. No compilation is needed.
For other GNU/Linux distros or UNIX systems you have to compile from sources. See next section.

How to compile it?
You have to install libssl development library. libssl-dev is the package in Debian like distros and openssl-devel in RedHat like distros.
Afterwards, you can follow the standard process:
tar -xf crackpkcs12*
cd crackpkcs12*
sudo make install

How to use it?
crackpkcs12 is able to perform two types of attack: Dictionary (no dictionary is provided) or brute force.
Use help message to read the params description:
crackpkcs12 -h
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TurboPower LockBox 3 is a FOSS Delphi Cryptographic Library.

LockBox 3 is a Delphi library for cryptography. Currently supported Delphi 7, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2010. It provides support for AES, DES, 3DES, Blowfish, Twofish, SHA, MD5, a variety of chaining modes, RSA digital signature and verific…

  • AES
  • SHA2 (including the new SHA-512/224 & SHA-512/256)
  • DES/3DES
  • Blowfish
  • Twofish
  • SHA1
  • MD5
  • RSA Sign & Verify
  • Chaining modes: ECB, CBC, CFB8, CFB, CTR, ECB, OFB, PCBC

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MandelHash – MD5 hash used to position and color two overlaid Mandelbrot sets.

I’m using an MD5 hash of a username and password field to generate some entropy which is used to generate color pallets and positions / scaling of two Mandelbrot sets. These two images are overlaid to create interesting pictures which represent the entered credentials. I’m interested in all things security, this is mostly just for fun, but could possibly be used to help users identify mistakes in their password entry prior to submission and enforce a tighter failed password lockout policy. Please enjoy with a modern HTML5 enabled browser.

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phalanx + parallel hash alternative

phalanx – parallel hash alternative algorithm is an initiative to provide a fast, thread-able, portable message digest utility.

  • flexible thread count, buffer size, pooling selection.
  • optional single-thread execution (for perfmormance comparisons)
  • selectable spice.
  • domino-bit option.
  • ported to UNIX (AIX, HP-UX, Solaris) / Linux / Cygwin.
  • runs on RISC, x86, x86_64, IA64.

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passwordmaker-je Password Maker Java Edition.

A port of the Firefox PasswordMaker plugin to a standalone Java application.

Features :

  • Read/write RDF files. RDF is the format the Firefox plugin uses. You can re-import changes saved from PasswordMaker-JE into the Firefox plugin.
  • Sorting of accounts (alphabetical ascending/descending, folders on top/bottom).
  • Cross platform. Anywhere that SWT has been ported to, PasswordMaker-JE can run (once a jar is built for it).
  • Supports all the non-buggy versions of hash algorithms from the Firefox plugin.
  • MD4
  • HMAC-MD4
  • MD5
  • HMAC-MD5
  • SHA-1
  • SHA-256
  • HMAC-SHA-256
  • RIPEMD160
  • Search by URL. Copy and paste your browser’s URL into the URL search box to search the list of account patterns for a match (similar to how the Firefox plugin locates accounts based on the current page).
  • Filtering. If you have alot of accounts, you can use the filter box to narrow down the list of visible accounts.
  • The interface is very similar to the Firefox plugin.
  • Command-line support (limited at the moment).

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