csSimple Password Maker v1.0

Test and Generate Secure Passwords completely Free with this program!

  csSimple Password Maker – 32/64-Bit Windows XP/Vista/7/8* v1.0.0 (266.6 KiB)

A very simple, easy to use program to help you quickly generate secure passwords for many higher-risk tasks.)

Important Note: You should always be Very careful with the password you use for important tasks like banking and credit card tasks. If your using this program (Or any program really, or you come up with your Own password), you should randomize the character casing, include numbers, and if possible include characters like comma’s, exclamation points, and so on! Plus of course, a longer password would be a good option as well.

By default the stronger password generating options are already setup. It will mix up the character casing and randomize a password length between 8 to 16 characters by default. There are options available if you need, or want to have a shorter or longer password. Also available is the options to allow only lower or uppercase characters. For now at least, the generated passwords will include letters, numbers, and other chars like exclamation points and comma’s. A newer version may allow you to not include odd chars in the future, but its a very good idea to use comma’s and so on in your passwords if your able too!

More Info: This program doesn’t have the Encrypted Password Saving Vault feature enabled yet. Its purpose is to generate more secure, hard to guess passwords. So if you want an all-in-one internet based program to save and encrypt the saved passwords; I suggest you check out a Free program named: LastPass. I use LastPass personally (for saving and filling in username/passwords on some sites), and it has thus far been very simple to use. It will automatically detect your saved Internet Explorer and Firefox saved passwords and import them. A huge feature is unlike IE autofill (Maybe FF as well), it will actually Encrypt your password info. So even if someone is able to get to your passwords, it will be harder for them to do anything with the passwords.


        • PC Computer with Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 based operating systems.
        • Both 32-Bit and 64-Bit operating systems and Processors are Supported.
        • Microsoft .NET Framework v3.5


      • 1GB Ram for Windows XP or 2GB Ram with Vista/Windows 7/Win8