Easy, secure password management
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README

Memorizing lots of passwords sucks.
Writing down passwords sucks.
Using the same password everywhere sucks.
Using password vaults sucks.
Two factor authentication is expensive. And, therefore, sucks.

How it works:

With Passable, you remember a long base phrase that only you know. Something
like:

The rain in spain falls mainly on the plain
(But make up your own)

Whenever you need a password, you use a short identifier. For instance, for a
gmail account, the identifier might be:

gmail bob
(But make up your own)

Passable generates a very strong password which is copied to the clipboard.
You don’t even need to look at the generated password, although you can if you
really want to. You just paste it in where you need it.

Every site you use gets a different password without you having to remember
different passwords for every site.

Some technical details:

-The app is written using Appcelerator Titanium: http://www.appcelerator.com/
-A pure javascript sha1 library is used to encode passwords
-For "Superman Strong" (40 chars) and "Very Strong" (20 chars) modes, hex
  encoding is used.
-For "Extremely Strong" (28 chars) and "Strong" (14 chars) modes, b64 encoding
  is used.