Choose a strong password from lists of randomly generated passwords, that has a length from 8 to 64 characters, for different applications.

Passwords for manual typing and use in trusted environment.

If you need a password, that can be typed in manually, you can use one of these 8 characters long passwords. They should only be used with another authorization method or in trusted environments.

+xugI000
9HAGBe8h
q13l_L#W
u!bYezW5
r1gf8HR2
u2=wQ33a
gfN720/H
R+oT9p/n
wEqj83Z4
b2#h6oB+

Strong passwords for two factor authorization.

If you need a strong password and have a password manager, that fills in your passwords automatically, then you should use one of these 16 characters long passwords. They should be used with another authorization method or in trusted environments.

G6E9YUPLC/tTyyF9
MRb9K_ABSA!lu9+/
NQKYsDvbnXxW07g_
B#nyfxA_uMlJ_194
gQT3Oy=c/PUzfj6f
UxtSHwcqBHvQ!l0s
EZLzhnyDxA-gKtf_
jWWLyj#vqcces04f
h4seJ9ePQMU7OUXH
tuPnlH7!1KlRyK?O

Very strong passwords for password managers and web services.

If you need a very strong password and have a password manager, that fills in your passwords automatically, then you should use one of these 32 characters long passwords. These are recommended for general application and web services.

4parta_N0Az-XK8uiazF?gjr_%mQ#zok
nZs_Gr+JRyihJ+jQ7+Cc6!DnYzuFpBVq
JFMnXW?0fw4Z1haD_2Uhg=4ytuYr-Nx8
Z-NhZW%kM7vBJ%g4YXf1?ax0wM+#_eDn
LDF3aktVM_k4uB%cOW7W?Xq0+v2uJtzs
6C5-ULY?_+w=_jZVt+RueJ9Y0/MofzGb
EZ85CZ+#?wYMByOiU%Y!56OzuKb64zVx
u%ks6mFC#3KR6Y3n+9hooe+XGDDM#-57
=+iJu9N7MRVVl7j!LG0yn758CPT3Mum0
u1Pw+g!Im0B9s?2DAnjM-Q9LrnovAXzS

Extremely strong passwords for password managers and database driven web services.

If you need an extremely strong password and have a password manager, that fills in your passwords automatically, then you should use one of these 64 characters long passwords. These are recommended for WordPress sites and other modern database driven web services.

XQY/rh3N#voh-Bz43LHNKEHt86WF?GKiju!E8QLZ=t0mzoM_%1mA6XB7at+/?FV9
r2Tg5XyhFcB4n7eO=H0=leMffa1zkWu7KLPAUwJ_Zi=Y#9UC5D35qA!!soPf62j_
ws1Gw1J#F6%Gerf0i6nW1bIbvt-7nFRS!e=N4/cTRoz8VI9+NgeqEX70cBAuPa?L
MTAkRDo9+R=PAq0hVx4IW%b2=Nv6ImAuMfWiY8n5!v5gBZ-oV=6Mtp88K4gj8NaC
!fgUmNBKAR3iRnPrGjNPUhXY8ZSxDq9MqL3f70/v-vWAb+BNALrtr-Fpwlwhvpnc
0w6uUtGQ#BFNfX0I-WWa9-Sv=wm9AW=L4w_HGoapKFQ1rZ%-E!L6DrTYA1L7cLk8
7ICjkA+-8N0g4cpw2?PCkhjvJTMNQu1X!rboXmVAbf+8+gDjHpH0Pn6UhU5S0pVF
DxyPf6DcO6SJou1T8!6VuZD1fQ+JIS/s2NE?A26ReB9_Pr4YUDMRm/n#g-L+ljzo
pci08QU#7Jr8yPGfxH?0w?w4L!-cXkYrmUFVO_pfq%0umT%7Qg+O0bPi-kawaJlI
CHbtQQ3DR0M/=CuPSfR!f%Be#LNOAYb_i/xmmUzIZI?a7xljjV1o0_ig_s+3x#yl

About the password generator.

The password generator, that generated the passwords above, is a piece of PHP programming code, that I wrote. It loads a set of special characters, a set of numbers, a set of lower case letters and a set of upper case of letters, which it uses to create a pool of characters, that can be used one or more times to create passwords.

The pool of characters does not contain special characters, that could conflict with HTML. An example is generation of entity numbers and entity names. It then uses a random number generator to pick characters from the pool and generate passwords to the given length.

Each password, that is generated above, has been generated on the fly and printed directly to this page. None of the passwords have been through a database, have been written to temporary storage or logged in this process.

Use a password manager.

Read more about, how to use strong passwords in my post Use a password manager to store and fill in your passwords.

This page was last updated 2021-09-14.