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07 mayo
2010

pwgen man page

it is a really well-written man page

From the pwgen man page:

-s, --secure
     Generate completely random, hard-to-memorize  passwords.   These
     should  only be used for machine passwords, since otherwise it's
     almost guaranteed that users will simply write the password on a
     piece of paper taped to the monitor...

What a truth to be written on a man page!

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