This is an update for a post that I wrote back in 2010 on how to generate a password using VB.NET. The overall design of the code has been kept the same although I have made a few adjustments according
I’ve spoken before in some of my other blog posts (some of which haven’t been finished/published yet) about password storage strategies and how it is important to make sure that you choose the right storage strategy. One of my friends
I recently set up a wireless network in my new flat with a super duper awesomely strong password, set up my laptop to connect to the wireless and then promptly forgot to actually write down what the wireless password was.
Something that I found that I frequently come across is the need to generate a random string, so I ended up creating a simple shared function that dealt with that for me. Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic Public Class PasswordFunctions ”’ <summary> ”’