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    Generated Continue Password

    As per request in this thread: http://www.clickteam.com/epicenter/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=207714

    This example generates a small 4-byte hexadecimal password based on two values. You could expand this method to store more data by adding more bytes (it's a little less simple than I make it to be lol). The value is secured with a simple XOR cipher that can create multiple passwords for the same set of values, while making it harder to craft a password by hand.

    Hope this is useful

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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    Seems I messed up my algorithm a little. :P Passwords should not be easily manipulated now.
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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    It's pretty difficult to assimilate lol..

    But it is a stronger password generator with no doubt !

    Thanks, but.. is there any chance for making more easily generator of password with that method?

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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    I'm considering just making a function in C# to simplify it and make it more easily expanded to hold more values.

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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    Then publishing it as a ".net Script" code ?

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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    Okay. Here's something a bit easier to use! Requires .NET though It's the same algorithm basically, only it automatically will expand to hold any number of values. Takes an argument for your private key byte and a value or a list of values separated by : characters.

    edit: whoops! made the same mistake as last time with the algo. re-uploaded :P
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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    Hello there!

    So, Jim, i check your example, but it appear it cannot generate passwords if there is more of one values.

    example: 3
    work!

    example 3;5
    no working!

    (at least not on my computer, can you test it and tell me if it's at my computer the problem?)

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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    You're using a (semi-colon instead of a (colon. I was going to use a (|)pipe character but the .net object already uses that to separate it's arguments.

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    Re: Generated Continue Password

    Hum wait..

    Lol, you've got right, sorry!!

    Really sorry, after using ":" it works yes..

    And it's also as it's writed.. So.. Sorry lol.

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