What follows here is a public PHP version of what I talked about on WiFi encryption: how to make a good PSK for WPA.

How it works is pretty simple:

  1. Define how long you want the key to be, and what characters you want to use.
  2. Poke at random.org for a list of random numbers. These numbers are truly random, since they're generated by poking an antennae at an empty piece of sky and using the static to determine when to use zero or one.
  3. Use these numbers to select a random run of characters and render them

Feel free to use this if you want to, but if you don't want to rely on someone else's servers to generate your keys, then you can download this PHP from here: keygen.zip.


Min character
Max character
Length

Key: %d/(e}zBd$D-SAc9_%&\$.U)kAGGu(sg~B#6msFX|JnWf(o0&S-7Vb#XM{P+=`V

This key has 6394 permutations.

The URL used was http://random.org/integers/?num=63&min=33&max=126&col=1&base=10&format=plain&rnd=new.

Generated on 19-Apr-21 17:04:57.


this is on danielbray.com