Its always useful to be able to quickly generate a password. This Python script uses a word list to create a random 3 word password with dashes between and then drop it into the clipboard. You could modify it so it doesn't drop it into the clipboard and just passes the variable to another script.
The word list I used (britcaps.txt) can be downloaded from here: British English Word List for Spell Checkers - Curlew Communications but you can use other word lists. You will just need to change the wordfilepath variable at the top of the script.
# www.jonathanblench.co.uk # Script to generate a 3 word password and drop it into the clipboard to use # Set path the word file as variable wordfilepath = "britcaps.txt" # Import the random module import random # Function to use clipboard import os def addToClipBoard(text): command = 'echo ' + text.strip() + '| clip' os.system(command) # Open and read the words file and split words fileread1 = open(wordfilepath, "r") allcontent = (fileread1.read()) words = list(map(str, allcontent.split())) # Generate 3 random words and store as variables word1 = (random.choice(words)) word2 = (random.choice(words)) word3 = (random.choice(words)) # Bring words together into string and add dashes between words password = word1+"-"+word2+"-"+word3 # Place password into clipboard and display addToClipBoard(password) # Remove hash from next line to print the password. #print (password)
Hope you find this useful.