insert-password - Create and insert a new password string
password-to-phonic - Convert a password to phonic string
The password commands are typically used by a system administrator to generate new random passwords or to phonically unambiguously describe a password.
insert-password generates a new random password string and inserts the generated password with phonic description into the current buffer. The generated password minimally includes include at least one each of lowercase, uppercase and numeric characters. The default length of the password is 8 characters, the numeric argument n changes the length of the generated password and must be at least 3 characters long. Running 4 insert-password to generate a 4 character password generates:
y5Ck (yankee - Five - CHARLIE - kilo)
password-to-phonic converts a string of characters to the phonic alphabet, the command requires a single argument password which is converted to a phonic string. The command password-to-phonic "y5Ck" inserts the phonic string into the buffer:
yankee - Five - CHARLIE - kilo
The password commands are macros defined in password.emf.
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Last Modified: 2006/08/22
Generated On: 2006/10/07