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Looking at a password dump, I see a bunch with a particular syntax pattern. I'm guessing that a password manager software generated these ones.

The regular expression seems to be [a-z]{6}-[a-z]{6}-[a-z]{6}, but with exactly one lowercase letter replaced with an uppercase letter and one lowercase letter replaced with a number. Here are some fake examples I generated:

miemv5-gfqerg-qxlElm
etd3ez-didDhd-jqyloh
Avutev-bvjicn-4eakcd
ryevyy-oWv3gx-pwgbhy
iw1ocl-Ouortn-woymno

Does anyone know the name of a popular password manager program that generates passwords like these by default?

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KeePass will allow you to do this, with its Password Generation Options set to

Generate using pattern

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