Cyborg5000

I need to read the random passwords from https://www.random.org/passwords/?num=1&len=8&format=html&rnd=new

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Cyborg5000,

This works for me: :)

#include <Array.au3>
#include <IE.au3>

Local $oIE = _IECreate("https://www.random.org/passwords/?num=1&len=8&format=html&rnd=new")
; Read page content
$sText = _IEDocReadHTML($oIE)
; Extract the password
$aExtract = StringRegExp($sText, '(?U)"data">(?:\v*)<li>(.*)</li>', 3)
; And here it is
_ArrayDisplay($aExtract, "", Default, 8)
SRE decode:

(?U)     - Look for smallest match (Ungreedy)
"data">  - Look for this string
(?:\v*)  - followed by any number of vertical white space characters (to cover CR/LF/CRLF etc) in a non-capturing group
<li>     - followed by this tag
(.*)     - Capture everything
</li>    - until this tag
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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

#include <String.au3>
MsgBox(262144, "Your Password is",_StringBetween(BinaryToString(InetRead("https://www.random.org/passwords/?num=1&len=8&format=html&rnd=new", 1)), '<ul class="data">' & @LF & '<li>', '</li>')[0],0)

Edit: Melba23 was quicker and better :bye:

Edited by Exit

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ConsoleWrite(_RandomPassword()&@LF)
Exit

Func _RandomPassword($__PWlength = 8)
    Local $__pwd = ''
    For $x = 1 To $__PWlength
        While 1
            $_rnd = Random(65,122,1)
            If $_rnd < 91 Or $_rnd > 96 Then ExitLoop
        WEnd
        $__pwd &= Chr($_rnd)
    Next
    Return $__pwd
EndFunc 

Cyborg5000, wouldn't be easier if you gen them? If they are random, why bother getting them from that site?

 


Heroes, there is no such thing

One day I'll discover what IE.au3 has of special for so many users using it.
C'mon there's InetRead and WinHTTP, way better
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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Also with InetRead :

Local $sText = BinaryToString(InetRead("https://www.random.org/passwords/?num=1&len=8&format=html&rnd=new"))
$aRet = StringRegExp($sText, '<li>([[:alnum:]]{8})</li>', 1)
If IsArray($aRet) Then MsgBox(0, "", $aRet[0])

But it should be simplier to generate the password directly with AutoIt, like Kyan suggests.

Edit :

ConsoleWrite(_Password() )

Func _Password($iLen = 8, $iFlagSpecialChars = 0)
    Local $sStandardChars = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789", $sPassword
    Local $sSpecialChars = "$@^`,|%;.~()/\{}:?[]=-+_#!"
    
    Local $sChars = $sStandardChars
    If $iFlagSpecialChars Then $sChars &= $sSpecialChars
    
    For $i = 1 To $iLen
        $sPassword &= StringMid($sChars, Random(1, StringLen($sChars), 1), 1)
    Next
    Return $sPassword
EndFunc
Edited by jguinch

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#include <String.au3>
MsgBox(262144, "Your Password is",_StringBetween(BinaryToString(InetRead("https://www.random.org/passwords/?num=1&len=8&format=html&rnd=new", 1)), '<ul class="data">' & @LF & '<li>', '</li>')[0],0)

Edit: Melba23 was quicker and better :bye:

Thanks this worked for me...

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ConsoleWrite(_RandomPassword()&@LF)
Exit

Func _RandomPassword($__PWlength = 8)
    Local $__pwd = ''
    For $x = 1 To $__PWlength
        While 1
            $_rnd = Random(65,122,1)
            If $_rnd < 91 Or $_rnd > 96 Then ExitLoop
        WEnd
        $__pwd &= Chr($_rnd)
    Next
    Return $__pwd
EndFunc 

Cyborg5000, wouldn't be easier if you gen them? If they are random, why bother getting them from that site?

 

This too is a good option Kyan, thanks

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