This article will show you how to generate a highly encrypted random password using Siri on your iPhone, iPad (Mini), and iPod Touch. There are hundreds of things you can ask Siri and some of the most useful come through Wolfram Alpha, which is a computational knowledge engine. In a recent post I described how you can ask Siri for nutritional information for certain foods. The results come from Wolfram Alpha (check out the post here: Ask Siri for Nutritional Information).
One of the other helpful things that Siri can do using Wolfram Alpha is generate a random password that is highly encrypted (meaning it is difficult to hack it). You can use this for any accounts that you create online. The password is always 8 characters long and would take 229 years to enumerate. The only downside is that you have to write the password down as you can’t copy and paste from Wolfram Alpha results that Siri gives. So, how do you generate a password like this? Simply ask Siri, “Wolfram Alpha Password”. The password will appear a few seconds later.