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Batagur uses hashing of master password and service tokens to generate passwords.
Additionally to the master and token that you have to enter everytime you generate a password you can customize a few parameters:
* salt - a custom text between master and token when hashed
* number of iterations the string will be SHA512 hashed
* length of your password - from 1 to 79 characters
From the cover screen of the app you can put your generated password to the clipboard or clear it when you dont need it anymore.

For a javascript implementation visit the project website.

Web implementation:
Source code and issues:



Application versions: 
File harbour-batagur-0.9.1-1.armv7hl.rpm121.13 KB04/04/2015 - 17:37
File harbour-batagur-0.9.2-1.armv7hl.rpm121.54 KB06/04/2015 - 22:33
File harbour-batagur-0.9.3-1.armv7hl.rpm21.69 KB04/05/2015 - 00:33

Added landscape mode


objectifnul's picture

Good initiative (I like the principle of never saving any password, even encrypted). However, so far the portable page (passhash.html) generated by the Firefox extension "Password Hasher" appears to be more convenient (more options, less mistyping issues thanks to the unmask option, more versatility). Works with ANY browser, including the Jolla stock browser and its alternatives (webcat, webpirate).

toerb's picture

Batagur exists also as a website with only local executed JavaScript. So it is also works with any browser. A negative point about the most password hashing sites out there is that you cannot set so simple things like how many iterations the hashing algorithmus shall ran. Also i am no friend of saving any settings of this mechanism.