KeyWalker is a simple script that allows to create keyboard pattern passwords, such as "123qweasd" or "1qaz@WSX3edc". If you think they look secure, type them on a keyboard and you'll see the pattern.
Many times, users use keyboard sequences, which may include special and numeric characters to create secure passwords. While these may be non-dictionary words, they are predictable, and I hope this script helps you in generating them.
--min N: generate passwords of at least N characters
--max M: generate passwords of maximum M characters
--range N-M: generate passwords between N and M characters (both inclusive).
--shift: press the "shift" key to create uppercase, or special characters
This mode provides a series of parallel sequences in the same direction. This generates passwords such as "345etrdfg".
Like "1qazxsw2", this mode provides a "back and forth" sequence on a keyboard while shifting rows / columns.
Not done yet! This generates a snake alike movement, following a particular pattern. This may create a password such as 1qazxsw2345.
Feel free to contact me for any code updates or comments: firstname.lastname@example.org