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vPass is a smart web-based generator of secure passwords.

  • You really should have different passwords for web sites.
  • Remembering unique password for each web site is impossible.
  • Password managers are usually restricted to one platform.

vPass takes your master password (f.e. my_password) and, optionally, current domain (f.e. converts into google) and generates 12-letter mix of letters, numbers and symbols (f.e. 0EQu$MwEm?Qt). Watch 30 seconds video demo.

Now you can create unique secure password for any website, and you only have to remember one master password.

Your master password never leaves your device. vPass is 100% client-side, pure Javascript, no data is sent to server. It's just a webpage, so it works on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, webOS, and any future OS too.

Drag this link → vPass ← into your browser's bookmarks bar (below address bar). You might need to turn it on from Bookmarks menu. Not for mobile browsers.

Use on iPhone/iPad
Open vPass in your mobile browser, tap "Share" button, tap "Add to Home screen".

Use on Android
Open vPass in your mobile browser, add it to bookmarks, open bookmarks, tap and hold, tap "Add to Home screen".

Download and self-host
Download vPass for backup, even if you do not plan to use it locally. Right-click and save as:

  • When you use a browser extension or a bookmarklet, "domain" is pre-filled from a currently opened URL.
  • Type your master password and hit Enter to generate unique password.
  • Hit Ctrl(Cmd,Alt) + Enter to show/hide master password (to avoid typos).
  • Chrome and Safari extensions will fill an input field on your web page automatically, if you focus on it before opening vPass.

Why use vPass, not LastPass/KeePass/1Password/RoboForm/etc?
I tried them all, honestly. LastPass was the best, but still far from perfect. vPass is not perfect too - it reflects my vision. I encourage you to give it a try.

Why bother with secure passwords at all?

How safe is vPass?
It's as safe as your master password. And because vPass is not so popular, no one will guess you use it.

How do I come up with strong master password?

What happens if is down?
Нou should save a local copy of vPass right now, just in case. As for the server, there are no access logs, and as I mentioned, no data is transmitted from you.

I am Vlad Gerasimov. You can find out more about me at
Please send your comments, compliments and complaints to

vPass has been inspired by SuperGenPass.

For users who need to keep using vPass v.1, it's here - I recommend switching to v.2 although it means changing all your password (which is actually a good idea from time to time). The v.1 generator did not validate for including most required types of characters (lowercase, uppercase, digits, special), which caused problems on some sites.


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