Discussion in 'General Software' started by FordGT90Concept, Apr 24, 2012.
1.1.3 uploaded which has two minor changes (in the OP). With this version, you can set a static seed number. Using that feature, you can see how truly random this software is because the same static seed, from my own testing, will not generate the same passwords.
I tried it, but it keeps generating "hunter2" ...
Uh, what? That's unpossible!
Bash.org quote if people are lost about the joke, heh ... http://www.bash.org/?244321
Uploaded 1.1.4 which added an option to set the number of threads. It must be greater than 0 (because it needs something, right?) and less than or equal to the logical processor count (8 in a Core i7-6700K). The default is M which will use the maximum number of logical processors.
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