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[Dead] Random Password Generator Portable Dev Test 1

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[Dead] Random Password Generator Portable Dev Test 1

Dead: Development on this portable app has ended.

Application: Random Password Generator
Category: Security
Description: from website Random Password Generator is designed to help you create secure Random passwords that are extremely difficult to crack or guess, with a combination of random lower and upper case letters, numbers and punctuation symbols. And these random generated passwords will be saved for memo. You can give a mark to the generated random password for later check.

Freeware: This application is FREEWARE and is distributed with permission from IObit.

Download Random Password Generator Portable Development Test 1
1.3 MB Download, 2.8 MB Installed
MD5: b765e5babbc706285c80496643cd3e41

Release Notes
September 18, 2010: Initial release

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Requires Admin Rights

For some strange reason, this app requires admin rights, which are not needed for an app like this. Only apps that genuinely need admin (network driver temporarily added, disk defragmentation, system cleanup, etc) are allowed to require admin rights in the app directory.

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That's Strange

I remember testing it at school a couple of months ago (limted rights), and it worked just fine.

But just to make sure, this morning I tried it on a limited account which I only use for testing (it's called limited) and it worked just fine.

What I did notice, however, was that I was unable to move/delete the folder or its files.

Ah, so wait, I think I just answered my question. I'll talk to the guys at IObit about it...

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It may vary by OS. Testing on XP isn't sufficient as it doesn't have UAC, which affects certain apps.

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