773 packages returned for Tags:"password-generator"

Secure random password generator. Uses a cryptographically secure PRNG Can guarantee that the password contains digits, special characters, or any other set Can generate pronounceable, easier-to-remember passwords Packaged as a .NET library and as a PowerShell module API Documentation available at... More information
A .Net port of jBCrypt implemented in C#. It uses a variant of the Blowfish encryption algorithm’s keying schedule, and introduces a work factor, which allows you to determine how expensive the hash function will be, allowing the algorithm to be "future-proof".
A simple and sane data generator for populating objects that supports different locales. A delightful port of the famed faker.js and inspired by FluentValidation. Use Bogus to create UIs with fake data or seed databases. Get started by using Faker class or a DataSet directly.
A fixed, enhanced and namespace compatible version of BCrypt.Net port of jBCrypt implemented in C#. It uses a variant of the Blowfish encryption algorithm’s keying schedule, and introduces a work factor, which allows you to determine how expensive the hash function will be, allowing the algorithm to... More information
XkPassword is C# reimplementation of the xkpasswd.pm Perl module by Bart Busschots, inspired by a well-known webcomic.
Javascript Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) and JSON Web Token (JWT) Implementation for .NET Ultimate Javascript Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) and JSON Web Token (JWT) Implementation for .NET. Minimallistic. Zero-dependency. Full suite of signature and encryption algorithms.... More information
Generates gramatically correct passphrases that are easy for human to remember and hard for computers to guess. To get started: MurrayGrant.ReadablePassphrase.Generator.Create() See https://keybase.pub/ligos/ReadablePassphraseGenerator/ for PGP & Keybase signatures of nuget packages.
Generates gramatically correct passphrases that are easy for human to remember and hard for computers to guess. This is the Core assembly. For normal use, reference the "ReadablePassphrase" package. See https://keybase.pub/ligos/ReadablePassphraseGenerator/ for PGP & Keybase signatures of nuget... More information