hello all, and welcome to this tool
the NB-Password_generator is a small tool which allow you to create a strong passwords
with this tool you can create a random passwords using :
1. capital letters
2. small letters
be sure that you can check any option that you want and uncheck what you don't want to use
this tool allow you to create a password from 6 letters to 150 lettersNB-Password_generator.zip
at the end please accept my greetings
am waiting for your commants
Hi, i have a variable (floating number - could be positive or negative), i wish to print it into a text file, how can i keep the format in such a way that it always has 4 digits ahead of decimal and 2 after decimal
basically i have total 7 columns in the text file to print the variable ;
eg: variable = 1.235, output requied = 0001.24
variable=-23.55555, output required =-023.56
I've this script (removed unrelated parts) that generate a set of random chars for a password. It gets launched from a network share by Task Scheduler at a specific time for all PC's, then it relaunches itself from the local drive.
Global $LocalToolsDir = @ProgramFilesDir & '\Tools' Start() Func Start() If Not StringInStr(@ScriptFullPath, $LocalToolsDir, 2) Then Exit RunLocaly() Sleep(Random(1, 1800, 1) * 1000) $NewPass = GeneratePass() EndFunc Func GeneratePass() Local $Pass For $i = 1 to 8 $R = Random(0,1.5) If $R > 1 Then $Chr = Random(0,9,1) ElseIf $R < 0.5 Then $Chr = Chr(Random(Asc("A"), Asc("Z"), 1)) Else $Chr = Chr(Random(Asc("a"), Asc("z"), 1)) Endif $Pass &= $Chr Next Return $Pass EndFunc Func RunLocaly() Local $Run = 1, $LocalApp = $LocalToolsDir & '\' & @ScriptName If Not FileExists($LocalApp) Then $Run = FileCopy(@ScriptFullPath, $LocalToolsDir, 1 + 8) If $Run Then Run($LocalApp, $LocalToolsDir) EndFunc
The problem is that many PC's ends up with the same password(s).
e.g. 10 PC's have (abc123) as a Password, and another 10 have this (def456)
Any idea why?