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A preview of Passpal 0.1

If you want to get a quick, but informative summary of either a password list or a dictionary, you need something like Pipal Password Analyser. I have been using Pipal for a few days now and while I think it's neat, it left me wanting something even better.

Earlier today I started coding Passpal, and after a few hours of work I'm ready to get some feedback on it. On the Passpal page you can see a feature list, and example output.

Please check it out, and let me know what you think in the comment section or on email.