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   Last updated: November 02, 2011








Mac software eDice




eDice is a quick solution to making random passwords.  Include not just numbers and alphabetic letters but also special characters and Greek letters and even Japanese letters.  You decide which character set to include.  And eDice will quickly generate a random password when you finally click on the Generate button at the buttom.



Terms of use:


eDice is currently available as a freeware title.  'Freeware' doesn't mean you own any part of this application.  It only means that you are allowed to use it after accepting terms of use.  There is no gurantee that it will function as it's supposed to.  We certainly have the right to not release eDice as a freeware title.  And we have the right to repackage it with new features and release it as a commercial product at any time with or without a prior notice.  And if you know you are going to call us a thief after changing the release format, please don't use it in the first place.


  • Do not distribute or redistribute it.
  • Do not open a support ticket for it at MacHouse Support.



Trial version:


A demo/trial version is available.


  • Click on the button to download a beta/demo/trial version of eDice for Windows 7.  Mac video tutorials



System requirements:


  • Windows 7 64-bit (x64) or Windows 7 32-bit (x86)
  • .NET Framework 4 Client (Click here for more information on .NET Framework 4.)




Purchasing eDice license:



It is not currently for sale.





Version History:


1.0.0 to 1.1.0 (November 2, 2011)

  1. User settings are stored in an XML file and is now saved in application's folder (Users/User/AppData/). When it's lost, the application can regenerates it.
  2. A few dozen letters are added to Japanese hiragana and Japanese katakana sets.
  3. When the user enables/disables character checkboxes, the combination field shows the maximum number of characters available.
  4. When the user makes a password, a field below shows the actual number of characters in it. If the number of characters that has been generated is the same as expected, the background color of the number field will turn white. If not, it will turn red.
  5. The Options menu is added to the Preferences window.
  6. Some other minor changes are done.


eDice is a product of MacHouse.