A while back this Computerphile Youtube video made me curious about the Diceware password system. The Diceware system uses dice and a word list to produce easy to remember and mathematically proven entropy password. That guy Reinhold really had a good idea, so why not use it? :)
After rolling fictive dices a few times, I decided software can do it faster, and if it's open source the user can audit the code. So, I wrote a Clojure implementation available at github here.
The Java runtime takes a while to start up though, and I've been looking for a good "excuse" to learn some Rust, so I decided to implement it, and it's available at github here. Much snappier, and with much more unixy bashy felling.
2018-04-27Kenneth HedmanClojureEnglishRustprogrammingsecurity