09.04.2020 (Thursday)

PSGen 1.0

Password generator

A small program that allows you to generate any number of passwords based on user-defined criteria.
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English, Polish
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
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Windows 32-bit portable Windows 64-bit portable

PSGen is a small program that allows you to generate any number of passwords based on user-defined criteria.

The program works by randomly selecting characters from user-selected character sets. The program comes with several sets of the most commonly used characters, but the user can create their own character sets and edit existing ones.

The program can generate 100,000 passwords at a time. If you need more passwords, simply set the number of passwords to the maximum value and click the Generate passwords button (or the F5 key) several times.

Passwords generated by the program can be copied to the clipboard and saved to a text file.

In addition to defining the set of characters of which the generated passwords will be composed, the user also has the option of specifying the characters and strings that the generated passwords cannot contain (on the Exclusions panel).

Program settings can be saved to an INI file and loaded at any time (appropriate commands are available in the File menu).

The program is portable - the program configuration is saved in one INI file, the program does not use the system registry at all, does not change any system settings and does not require installation of any additional libraries\frameworks.

I wrote this program over 15 years ago. I use it regularly to this day, which is why I decided to publish it. Maybe it will also be useful to someone.


The most important features

  • Generating passwords based on user-defined criteria.
  • The ability to create and edit character sets from which passwords will be created.
  • The ability to define characters and strings that passwords cannot contain.
  • Possibility to copy selected or all generated passwords to the clipboard.
  • The ability to save selected or all generated passwords to a text file.
  • Optional automatic saving of generated passwords to the file passwords.txt.
  • Optional automatic copying of the first generated password to the clipboard.
  • Filtering of generated passwords.
  • Built-in module to check for program updates.
  • Built-in multi-language support mechanism based on INI text files with UTF-8 encoding. To write subsequent language versions, an ordinary text editor is sufficient, e.g. the system Notepad.
  • The program is portable: it does not use the system registry, and all configuration data is saved in one INI file located in the program directory. The program can be copied to an external disk and used on another computer without any installation.
  • The program is completely free, for private and commercial use.

How to uninstall?

PSGen application is distributed in the form of archive and does not require any special uninstall process. To uninstall it, just delete files previously extracted from the archive.

End User License Agreement

This software is provided "as-is" and without warranty of any kind, express, implied or otherwise, including without limitation, any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose, including commercial use.

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Version 1.0 (25.11.2019)
Initial release.