Strong Password Generator

Generate Super-Strong Passwords for Ultra-High Security.

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How Does a Strong Password Generator Work?

PureVPN’s random yet secure password generator creates passwords that are highly complex and difficult to crack. Every time you click on ‘Generate’, the tool provides you with a different password. Moreover, you don’t need to remember the password. Simply click ‘Copy’ and paste it where you need to use it.

You can increase the level of difficulty of the password by selecting the different character types provided with the tool. Apart from the difficulty, you can also set the entropy which tells you how ‘Unpredictable’ is the password. For instance, if you set the entropy to 42 bits, the tool would create a password that would require 4,398,046,511,104 attempts to be cracked.

5 Important Tips to Keep in Mind to Generate a Strong Password

  • Never ever use any words from the dictionary to create passwords for any personal accounts.
  • Don’t use any possible variations of your name in your passwords.
  • Strong passwords usually contain at least 17 characters.
  • Create unique passwords for every new account you create.
  • Always choose a mix of alphabets, numbers, and special characters to create strong passwords.

Benefits of Using a Secure Password Generator Tool

Highly Complex

Generate ‘un-hackable’ passwords that use different types of characters, increased length, and entropy.

Less Hassle

Our password generator is the key to creating strong passwords without any hassles.

Extremely Unpredictable

Create passwords that cannot be cracked even with hundreds of thousands of continuous brute-force attempts.


Is Password Generator Safe?

Of course! Keep in mind that the passwords generated via our tool are NEVER sent over the internet. Moreover, the passwords are not stored by any means on our systems. As an additional measure, we would recommend that you generate passwords when no one is around or looking at your screen.

Do I Need a Unique Password for Every Account?

Indeed, you should always create different passwords for every old and new account you create. If you use the same passwords or security questions and answers, it would increase the likelihood of your account or password getting hacked. Plus, you don’t even need to worry about remembering different passwords. After all, you can always use password managers to securely store all your passwords at one place.

What is a High-Strength Password?

A Lengthy password doesn’t always mean strong. A strong password needs to be totally complicated and, more importantly, random. You can ensure the complexity and strength of your password by using multiple character types such as number, lower case letters, upper case letter, and special symbols. You can even maximize the strength of your password by increasing the entropy bits provided in our tool.

What is Entropy?

To put it simply, entropy measures the unpredictably of the passwords. It is a known fact that passwords can be hacked via brute-force attacks. By adding entropy to the random password generator tool (measured in bits), we allow you to generate highly secure passwords which are much harder to brute-force. Remember, the higher you set the entropy of your password, the greater the number of hacking attempts required to crack the password.

How to Further Enhance Your Online Security?

Secure passwords are the first line of defense when it comes to staying safe against cybersecurity breaches. It is suggested that you should further protect your data by adding more layers of security, aside from complex passwords.

For starters, you should use two-factor authentication on every online account you have. It would save you in situations where your password is somehow breached. Furthermore, you should use a reliable password manager and save all your passwords there.

In this way, your passwords will remain safe and secure. And last but not least, set up a robust VPN like PureVPN on your device as it will encrypt all the activities you do online, including the passwords you type on websites, etc.