PSWD is a pseudo-random password generator that creates seemingly random
site-specific passwords. It uses two steps of cryptographic hashing (SHA-256) to first
create a user-specific token (using a username and master password) and then a
site-specific password (using the token, master password and domain).
When given the same set of inputs (same user name, master password and domain) the program will generate the same password. This means your passwords don't need to be stored on your computer or on any third-party server. This server does not log or store any information about any of the passwords generated.
More information and other implementations of this program
This is the first step of generating your site password. This is designed to take a significant amount of time (usually between 30-90 seconds) in order to protect your master password from a brute force attack on a stolen site password. This will only need to be done once since the user token will be cached (locally on your machine as an encrypted cookie - no information is stored on this server).
You can remove the cached copy of your encrypted user token afterwards when you log out.
This will reset all password settings to their default values.
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