A Password Generator is a software application or physical device that automatically generates a unique password for a user based on a given input. Commonly, this includes numbers, letters, special characters or words. A random password can also be created manually, with simple sources of randomly-generated randomness like coins or dice, or they could be created using a highly sophisticated computer program. In general, when you generate a password on your own, you have to be very clever in order to ensure that nobody else would be able to crack the code. If a person who knows the password already has the codes, he/she could break into the user's system and gain unauthorized access to the computer's files.
This is where PWGen comes into play. PWGen works by generating completely random passwords on a user's PC, thereby eliminating the need for a person to guess a password, making it more secure than other methods of generating a secure password. When combined with other features, such as securely storing data in the cloud, PWGen allows for secure online transactions, even when multiple people are logged on to the same PC at the same time. Additionally, PWGen guarantees that each person will create a completely random password, without any possibility of two people having the same password, which cannot be easily figured out.
To use the pager command to generate a random password, you will need to download and install the software on your computer. Once installed, you will be able to run the pwgen command by clicking onto the "xon" icon found in your system tray. The next step is to fill in the name of the user you want to create a password for in the "add parameters" box. Now, all you have to do is type in the number of letters that you have chosen and hit enter. With a little bit of work, you should be able to generate a completely random password in no time.