Mnemonic.js - Memorable & Strong Passphrases in the Browser
Author(s): Yiorgis Gozadinos

Date: December 2012
Publication: Passwords^12 (Passwords12)
Source 1: http://passwords12.at.ifi.uio.no/Yiorgis_Gozadinos_Passwords12.pdf

Abstract or Summary:
This program was developed to allow users to create random sequences of words to form secure passphrases. The passphrases can be used as is or converted to their corresponding integer hex value for use as a password. Formed from a library of the 1,626 most used words from contemporary poetry. The Github project page is here: https://github.com/ggozad/mnemonic.js/

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