A different password for every website and just one password to remember.
Hashapass automatically generates strong passwords from a master password and a parameter.
Why use Hashapass?
If you're like most people, you reuse the same password in many different places.
Unfortunately evil people know that. Once hackers break into just one insecure website, they steal passwords, and (knowing that most people reuse their passwords) they use it to log in other places. When they get in to all your accounts, it gets ugly.
But who can really remember a different password for every website? That's where hashapass comes in.
Hashapass lets you remember just one password, and use it to generate a different password for every website or service.
How does it work?
First, choose a "master password". Make it hard to guess. It could be a password that you already use, or a new one -- or even a long pass phrase -- but do make sure that you remember it.
To generate new passwords, choose an easy-to-remember parameter, like the name of the website that you're creating a password for. Hashapass will then generate a password based on your master password and the parameter. The passwords are never transmitted to our server.
When you need that password again, just enter the same master password and parameter. The generated password will be the same every time. Given the same master password and parameter, Hashapass will always give you the same result.
Where are my passwords stored?
You don’t have to store your generated passwords anywhere: just remember the master password and the parameter, and type them here.
If you want to access your generated passwords even when you're not connected to the Internet, or in the rare event when this website isn't available, you can install the bookmarklet for Firefox and Chrome, the widget for Mac OS X or the gadget for Windows; you can also download the app for Android phones. They are compatible with this website (the same combination of master password and parameter will produce the same generated password).
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