Generate Temporary Passwords
ramage.lucas94 at gmail.com
Sat May 12 00:03:50 CEST 2018
So pass just uses pwgen internally?
On May 11, 2018 9:07:23 PM UTC, Berend Tober <btober at computer.org> wrote:
>Maybe I'm not understanding the context, but couldn't you just do, for
>example for a 10 character
>pwgen 10 1
>Lucas Ramage wrote:
>> I would like to have the ability to generate a temporary password
>that will not be stored in the
>> $ Usage: pass generate [--no-symbols,-n] [--clip,-c] [--qrcode,-q]
>[--in-place,-i | --force,-f]
>> pass-name [pass-length]
>> Either append `-t ` for temporary, or just omit pass-name and pass
>will emit a new password
>> without saving it.
>> Any thoughts on why this is a terrible/great idea?
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