I am Baas wrote:PWGen is a password generator capable of creating large amounts of cryptographically-secure passwords or passphrases (from word lists). It uses a random pool to gather entropy from user inputs and system parameters. Offers text encryption and random data file creation, too.
Looks like a good tool: uses strong, well-known methods of random data generation, integrates mouse movement for better random information, and its open (GPL).
Very glad to have the text encryption: the other entries here on the site are a little too complicated for some users (GPG4USB) or not open (ClipSecure). Tested and seems to work well.
I think the primary point behind a password generator is to create ready-made, fully random passwords for lots of users or lots of accounts. The primary advantage of this program over my previous favorite Password Generator (http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... f=4&t=1496
) is the removal of ambiguous characters such as 0 and O, as well as lowercase L vs. I, which looks the same in some fonts.