TL;DR: You can find Dutch Diceware word lists here.
TL;DR 🇳🇱: Je kan hier Diceware woordenlijsten vinden, of er hier wachtwoorden mee aanmaken.
Ever since I read XKCD 936, I’ve been a big fan of the Diceware
approach for picking strong passwords, where you randomly pick words from a
list to create a memorable passphrase. Sometimes, I need to generate Diceware
passwords in Dutch for friends and relatives. Unfortunately, the Dutch word list from
the Diceware page contains
many uncommon words, non-existent words, duplicate words (yikes!), numbers, and characters (as the
ijler 100 leperd akolei kolkje on that page proves), which
diminishes the memorability and
usability of the generated passwords. I therefore created my own, improved lists,
which you can try out directly from your browser on my password generator (or in the Dutch version. The list consists of the most common Dutch words, and has an added
benefit that it only contains words that don’t weaken security when leaving
out spaces between words. This post discusses the details how I composed this list. The process and
links can be used as a guide to generate Diceware lists for other languages.
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