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If you're uncomfortable with statistics, you can just try out "easy" regex, such as "^bad" and see how long it takes to get a result. You can then iteratively make more complex searches. If you're uncomfortable with statistics, you can just try out "easy" regex, such as "^bad" and see how long it takes to get a result. You can then iteratively make more complex searches.
# Usage # Usage
Usage: [-s][-n min max][-w wordfile [-f filler_type][-c]] regexfile Usage: [-s][-n min max][-w wordfile [-f filler_type][-c]] regexfile
-n min max (optional): minimum and maximum number of characters/words to use to generate passwords. -n min max (optional): minimum and maximum number of characters/words to use to generate passwords.
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regexfile (required): a file containing a list of regex (one per line). Lines beginning by a tab are ignored. regexfile (required): a file containing a list of regex (one per line). Lines beginning by a tab are ignored.
Regex examples: Regex examples:
Public Key starting with "duniter" not case sensitive: "^[Dd][Uu][Nn][Ii][Tt][Ee][rR]" Public Key starting with "duniter" not case sensitive: "^[Dd][Uu][Nn][Ii][Tt][Ee][rR]"
Public Key containing "Duniter" case sensitive: "Duniter" Public Key containing "Duniter" case sensitive: "Duniter"
Public Key ending with "Freedom" (including hacker style :p ): "[fF][rR][eE3][eE3][dD][oO0][mM]$" Public Key ending with "Freedom" (including hacker style :p ): "[fF][rR][eE3][eE3][dD][oO0][mM]$"
Usage examples: Usage examples:
Basic with regex: regex.txt Basic with regex: regex.txt
Example of generated password/salt: "q,d/dQ[i6-?_w$,#I/yu" Example of generated password/salt: "q,d/dQ[i6-?_w$,#I/yu"
Generate with a word file, using from 6 to 10 words, capitalized: -w words.txt -n 6 10 -c regex.txt Generate with a word file, using from 6 to 10 words, capitalized: -w words.txt -n 6 10 -c regex.txt
Example of generated password/salt: "Apple Factory Jump Music Truck Buddha Movie Fountain" Example of generated password/salt: "Apple Factory Jump Music Truck Buddha Movie Fountain"
Generate with a word file, using random and numeric characters as separators: -w words.txt -f 1 regex.txt Generate with a word file, using random and numeric characters as separators: -w words.txt -f 1 regex.txt
Example of generated password/salt: "apple!factory5jump;music-truck9buddha<movie(fountain" Example of generated password/salt: "apple!factory5jump;music-truck9buddha<movie(fountain"
# Copyrights # Copyrights
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