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I found this (http://neilang.com/entries/how-to-write-a-password-generator/) great article about writing your own Password Generator so I decided to create one.

How To Get Started:

  1. Drag and drop RFPasswordGenerator Class into your project.
  2. #import "RFPasswordGenerator.h"
  3. Use 3 different security options:

NSString *myHighSecurityPassword = [RFPasswordGenerator generateHighSecurityPassword];

NSString *myMediumSecurityPassword = [RFPasswordGenerator generateMediumSecurityPassword];

NSString *myLowSecurityPassword = [RFPasswordGenerator generateLowSecurityPassword]

Enjoy! Follow me on Twitter @rfunk82


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