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    Re: Brute force password cracker.

    allowchars can contain any symbol that can be represented as a type char (8 bits in this case). If you want to include a non-printable char, then just use its ascii code instead.

    eg



    const...
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    Re: Brute force password cracker.

    const char allowchars[] = "abcdABCD!$0123";
    const size_t allowSize = sizeof(allowchars) / sizeof(allowchars[0]);



    allowchars contains the characters you want allowed. The index starts at 0...
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    Re: Brute force password cracker.

    Based upon your algorithm one extension to cater for any required chars is to have a string of these and then to make lowerDigitArray into an array of indexes into the string. The idea is something...
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