There are many situations in which Make My Password can be useful to you as a developer, other than just creating a password for your various accounts across the Web.
Here are a few of the uses I’ve found particularly helpful:
- Custom function prefixes for WordPress Themes and Plugins (to help prevent clashing with other plugins)
- Custom WordPress table prefixes (to help make it harder for someone to mess with your tables via SQL injection)
- WordPress user passwords for clients
- Complicated admin username to make it less likely to be figured out
- Unique, complex MySQL Database name
- Complex MySQL username and password
- FTP username and password
- Generating simple salt strings
If you happen to use Make My Password and have found it particularly useful for something, share it in the comments section.