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  • Sadly not compatible with v 2.32

  • Missed this in Keepass. Thank you!

  • Makes it much easier to remember passwords while still keeping a high level of password safety

  • good, but not easy to use

  • Good concept, for times when you want passwords that for some reason you still have to memorize (at least long enough to type them in) rather than just automagically send to the login page from the database. My only cavil is that I'm not sure it adds much that you can't get by using the existing password generator with a custom pattern to alternate consonants and vowels. (I use cvcvc..., with c and q excluded to insure that a "k" sound in a pronounceable "word" corresponds to "k".)

  • thanks man, great soft!

  • Fantastic - really nice to have this capability where I need it. Great job!

  • Seems like a great idea, but how pronounceable would you rate the following? DuWreOj UdNarPoth EdQuig EDIT: I've been using the generator more often and found that longer passwords are more pronounceable and much easier to remember. Well done.

  • Pronouncable Passwords are great. With the correct pattern they are also, from a practical standpoint, safe. For example, with the pattern Ccvcc[d]{2}Ccvcc[d]{2} you can generate many pronouncable, strong, passwords.