Jumble Password Crack + Serial Key (Updated)
Thanks to a wide range of software applications, it's easy to come up with passwords which are strong enough to protect your accounts from any third parties trying to crack them. However, it may be difficult to keep track of all keys if they are all made up of random numbers and characters, especially if you're not the type of person to trust a password manager.
In this case, the solution is to create passwords which are complex enough to ensure protection but easy enough to remember. This is the mission of Jumble Password, a lightweight and incredibly easy-to-use tool that generates passwords based on your name and birth date.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
|Systems||Win 7, Win 8, Win 10|
As the name suggests, it creates a password by jumbling the numbers and letters found in the data you enter. It gets quickly installed and launched in a clear-cut window, where you only have to enter a name and birthday before submitting data to create new passwords.
Although the program might seem too basic, since anyone can write down their name and birthday to create passwords just like making anagrams, the twist here is that any information can be written down as the name. For instance, if you want to produce a unique key for your email account that you associate with your pet, you can write down your pet's name and birth date. Of course, this is just an example since there are numerous scenarios.
As far as password complexity is concerned, you should know that the key does not have a limit when it comes to length (number of characters). It's directly linked to the amount of letters of the name. Also, Jumble Password Keygen uses only numbers and lowercase letters, which means that, on a security scale, the passwords have medium level (the strongest being lower and upper case letters, numbers, and symbols).
If you're not comfortable with the current password, you can mix it up by pressing "Submit" again, without making any changes to the name and birth date. There are no buttons implemented for copying keys to the password or creating multiple passwords at the same time.
All aspects considered, Jumble Password offers an interesting solution for creating passwords which are strong enough to protect your accounts and easy enough to remember.
Thomas, 10 March 2017
great works on my PC. Regards
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