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??Mnemonic Passwords??by eoin (Monk)
|on Jan 01, 2003 at 23:50 UTC||Need Help??|
eoin has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
Alright everyone, I have this user registration program that i'm writing, i've decided not to use conventional
password scripts\fields mainly because i'm only starting with perl and don't no how. So i've decided to use
random mnemonic passwords, encripted.I use,
to generate a password. (This creates eazy to prenounce passwords made upof 4 sylables. e.g.votahubo,
instead of a jumble of nums and letters)
And I use this little number supplied by "ergowolf" to encrypt it:
(Full script is available in the code section\cryptography
under Cheseey Crypt or the likes. Its the first link anyway.)
Ok the problem i'm having is probably very simple to solve, but be kind, I'm only new to this.
Instead of using print to display the password created using the for function in the first piece of code displayed above, I want to get it to save to a variable so i can encrypt it but since its in a for loop the value created just overrights the previous value rather than appending to the end of it.
Can any one help??
Thanks, appreciate it, Eoin..