Make-A-Pass
Make-A-Pass
2.5

4.5

Make-A-Pass free download for Mac

Make-A-Pass2.5

21 June 2011

Widget generates passwords.

Overview

Make-A-Pass generates secure, random passwords with the click of a button! This widget is highly configurable, similar to the online utility at WinGuides.

What's new in Make-A-Pass

Version 2.5:
  • Updated for OS X 10.7 Lion compatibility.

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How would you rate Make-A-Pass app?

10 Reviews of Make-A-Pass

4.75
Johan-Allard
18 July 2005
Version: 2.2

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It would be really great to be able to have 2 create buttons - create random and create pronounceable. Great tool!
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Roy-Van-Der-Woning
27 February 2008
Version: 2.4.1
The widget's buttons don't look right on my MacBook (Leopard). http://img.skitch.com/20080227-gjht1mkisb8ysmgaecfyduhgbe.jpg
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Markoh
27 February 2008
Version: 2.4.1
not a widget but much better imho: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/10285/rpg
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5
anonymous-swordtail-5389
04 September 2006
Version: 2.4
The most professionally made password generation widget for Mac. Excellent idea and realization. Keep up the great work!
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asmeurer-2
19 June 2006
Version: 2.4
"Changed password algorithm to randomly choose between upper- and lower-case for the first letter" How does this make a password better?
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5
Anonymous
16 November 2005
Version: 2.3.1
I am posting this because the 3-star reviewer is a dork (doesn't seem to understand the concept). This is a great app and deserves 5 stars. It is convenient and effective!
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3
Anonymous
20 September 2005
Version: 2.3
I'll give this a 3 beacause what if someone else had this and found out you had it, your computer would not be safe....But I like it anyway keep up the good work.
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4.75
Johan-Allard
18 July 2005
Version: 2.2
It would be really great to be able to have 2 create buttons - create random and create pronounceable. Great tool!
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4.25
Anonymous
30 June 2005
Version: 2.1
Hi, I'm the reviewer who made the initial comments about the widget width below. :) This is more like it! Three last comments though: - Is there any chance you could reduce the width a little more? Perhaps you could do this by shortening the 'copy to clipboard' string on the button to just 'copy'? Something around 300-320px wide would do the trick I think. Secondly, there definitely seems to be an issue with grabbing either the length slider or the resize corner. If the mouse moves too fast, the element slips off the mouse and is left behind - if you see what I mean? The only way to guarantee the slide or resize is to do the movement slowly. Now I'm not sure how this could be, as a 'grab' element should be just that, with no room for error with the system, but I do not get this behavior with any other screen element on any other app? One last comment would be to reduce the brightness on the upper side of the preferences flip side in order to increase text legibility for low vision users. HTH :)
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Anonymous
29 June 2005
Version: 2.0
Great new interface! Not as tall, a nice feature. The slider was a great idea for the password length. A nice "feature" is the fact that the length slider is a mask, hiding the extra characters so if you want a longer password there is no need to increase the length and then generate again. Just move the slider!
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Anonymous
29 June 2005
Version: 2.0
Features wise, this has now become the best widget of it's type - the only problem now, is that the space it takes up is too wide and therefore takes up too much valuable screen estate on my PBook. The other issue of note is that the pass length slider seems a little unresponsive when dragging sometimes. But for complex 64 char password generation with a whole host of options, this is hard to beat - Just make it narrower, please? :)
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