If you're sick of trying to think up new, secure passwords for all the various services you sign up for, then try HPGen.
This free password generator can quickly create a code that will be secure for online and offline accounts. You enter your own idea for a password, along with the domain of the site you want to generate the password for. This could be a website address or just something like 'bank' or 'alarm code'. HPGen then joins the password and domain strings and runs them through a hash algorithm. The output of this hash is then converted to text and displayed as a password.
Tech talk aside, all you really need to know is that the passwords generated by HPGen are secure. The program stores a list of all the domains you've entered, so you can go back and apply passwords again. It also has options for changing the kind of hash function and encryption that HPGen uses. You can also set the number of characters you want in your password.
Ultimately, HPGen is a very basic program with only one function - to create secure passwords. You won't find any kind of password management features, and there's no way to export password data to transfer to your computer.
But if you just want a quick way to generate a secure password, HPGen will do the job without any problems.