One the idea's asked about for Cryptosuite, was a way to generate, store... passwords. Also some folks do use separate password programs. Alot of my use for cryposuite is almost a duplicate of winzip, and for this use I very short simple passwords. But I have some stuff, that I really want secure, as in really secure. In the Cryposuite help file, there is a website listed that has a neat password evaluator. To end up with a really strong password, requires a very random, and longer password. Problem how to remember without writing it down, etc etc. I found a simple solution right with in Cryposuite. What I've done is taken one of my old 6 or 7 character very weak passwords, that are now part of me, and I put it in the checksum part of the program. Then I test the various checksums in the password evaluator. Once I have one that passes and is extremely strong, I can just remember my simple short password, and which hashing scheme I used, and I end with a strong complex password. Comments??