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Think Your Passwords Are Secure? Find Out With Total Password Security
Just like the quest for increasing your battery life, trying to stay secure seems to be one of those ever allusive. Often times, the weakest link in the metaphorical security chain is a weak password.
Looking to help alleviate this problem, XDA forum member TheWhiteBandito has created a simple app with two functions: generating passwords and checking password strength. In the words of the developer:
Total Password Security is designed with security in mind. It is a secure password generator and password strength checker. Coupled with comprehensive safety tips, this app makes for one powerhouse of a security app. Simple and straightforward, no strings attached.
Note: The permissions are required to display ads. All password generation and computation is done locally on your phone, and your phone only.
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