DicePass generates a (rather) secure password phrase that you can use a strong password.
It uses a concept of throwing a dice to generate a number that map into words and is based on EFF's Dice.
EFF's dice passphrase works by throwing a dice 5 times (or 5 dices at the same time) to generate a 5 digits number (from 11111 to 66666). That number is then mapped to a preprepared word list (such as this one) and produces one word.
Repeating this process 6 times produces 6 words which combined generates a passphrase of about 2⁷⁷ (that's 221073919720733357899776) alternatives. Quite a lot indeed.
In newer browsers this PRNG uses the operating system's PRNG and produces cryptographically safe pseudo random numbers.
DicePass then takes these numbers and runs them through the Modulo 6 to mimc the 6 digits on a dice.
Everything running to produce your passphrase runs only on your local browser.
There is no server side request invovled. We DO NOT store any cookies on the browser and the whole project is open sourced.
We do not run analytics or use the standard Tweet and Like buttons so that there will be no 3rd party services tracking you whatsoever.