Computer and Web Site Questions

Q: S3DNews Part 7.1 - Keeping your site's content FRESH:How to make your WEB SITE perform better for your company

A: November 5, 2010

Last time I discussed some of the benefits of using Web
SPeED
to manage the pages of your site. There are
literally tens of thousands of combinations that can be used
to create a page for... MORE

Where?

Q: S3DNews Part 5 - SCAMs:How to make your WEB SITE perform better for your company

A: October 11, 2010

Over the years, I can not begin to count the number of
times you all have contacted us asking if this or that is
legitimate or not. SCAMs are abundant on the Internet
and is one of the pr... MORE

Where?

Click here to ask your questions.

Need a new password that is:

  • Secure?
  • Random?
  • Alphanumeric?
  • Not related to you in any way, therefore cannot be guessed?

Here is a free high security password creator that is developed from Savidese, the name given to a language created by David Bailey of Sand Dollar Digital Design, Inc.

All passwords are alpha-numeric, though the numeric part is random, itself. Even the length is somewhat random unless you specify the length below.

Here is a password that is based on a 12 character long* request:
Huxucaospyni


Note: The following characters may cause problems with passwords: : ; * + / $ ^ %

Also, be sure to check out the Free L'ipsum Generator using the same random processes used here.
 
For a new password, enter length*:

Eliminate
special characters.
* length requests are, in themselves random. If you request a specific length, the random generator will merely approximate the length. Leave blank to get random length passwords from 10 to 15 characters long.

 


Passwords offered here offer no guarantee of no discovery. Although this page is secure, there are so many key loggers and other spy tools out there that discovery is hard to prevent if someone really wants to get your password. Always practice close security in your daily life. Never share passwords if you do not have to. Do not share log in accounts with others when you can have separate accounts with their own passwords. David Bailey and Sand Dollar Digital Design, Inc. assume no responsibility in any way or offer any guarantees for any information provided here. Passwords created here are not stored anywhere on the servers are randomly generated every single time you see this page based on a unique algorythm created only for this page.


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