mushpup : MushpupNotation

Mushpup Notation

Mushpup notation is inspired by standard security protocol notation but seeks to simplify it for ordinary users. The basic syntax:

m{site > msw}side

* Note: if you had more than one Mushpup Secret Word, you could signify that here by indication, for example, msw1 or msw2.

An Example

m{ > msw}r8

What this means:

A Version 2 Example


The basic notation is the same with version 2. The * is added to indicate the modifier for including alpha, numeric, and special characters is used.

Since you are probably going to know the user name you are using to sign in any way, you don't really need to include that. And if you are consistent in using the domain-dot-tld format in your site string, you don't really need to use that either. Similarly with the side value. So for most cases, you can just use the following format:


Example for password requiring modifier for alpha, numeric, and special characters: