Structured Arbitrary Passwords

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blisd,9Fes	  zlej5!Thut	  Qat85Wsizh	  Buy4(Wez	  Xox2kef	  
Wec9#pwam	  palh^7Mkat	  Fos0+Xag	  Sucy3&Gux	  Zaf9#buyk	  

Use Refresh/Reload to see more. Don't use these passwords. Instead, view the free open source original command line version, or this web version; then save it to disk and run it locally or install this in your website. It requires Perl 5. Other patterns: State Department style, better, still better, strong, stronger, hard, easy. There are over one million "easy" passwords. Change options below to vary the difficulty of the displayed passwords.

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