define( 'AUTH_KEY'        , 'xmITaxpf36YesQIa00bkwLSxJcqTs2s4bCxuKUl9SAo5sspVomdK6iaFNGW8rrzQ' );
define( 'SECURE_AUTH_KEY' , 'QpydkxhjdTUs2xIHt6X6LDVDZ8Cp5EWRlCtAiJaxKkJIq5neyVk8dsOdUgqp4CCJ' );
define( 'LOGGED_IN_KEY'   , 'Mb143tOy3FSOYvek6dtRbTeRt9BOiejoqD0qePG0sowpgdGdbK4RKj8rbSdsiafo' );
define( 'NONCE_KEY'       , 'MEyDkwV90HFKEV0j8jKCBJoItuG4o4HNHyjsYTuvrgCzZVVueWY4tLtBFaj51WUj' );
define( 'AUTH_SALT'       , 'ybNjur6nn0c4ZProbi1AM7uomCqV2HI22RLA4S6TMrBub7hOvHnzPYxTNr1nPqEt' );
define( 'SECURE_AUTH_SALT', 'WlJiJ6r4waoxMyCbzPjJ0Dc5uX5qElRgRIUIq12w6ptBn04346JDtOVbiaK14mOm' );
define( 'LOGGED_IN_SALT'  , 'pfC1wVz7bBKtpDd6IhomSH1CieCqEIifjZbCuh5bqEb4d82MQnEeS194Eptp2fIQ' );
define( 'NONCE_SALT'      , 'CnkULCaroAM78IPmY5CijkAFeJUl61tlX98epPum3q414bg0XSQkO5tPmVxWLFEa' );

This feature is deprecated! We highly recommend generating your own keys and salts instead of relying on a remote service to do this for you.

If you have python installed, try running this command (all on one line):

python -c "import random; import string; r = random.SystemRandom(); print(chr(10).join('define( {q}{0}{q}{1}, {q}{2}{q} );'.format(key,' '*(16-len(key)),''.join(r.choice(string.ascii_letters+string.digits)for _ in range(64)),q=chr(39))for key in 'AUTH_KEY SECURE_AUTH_KEY LOGGED_IN_KEY NONCE_KEY AUTH_SALT SECURE_AUTH_SALT LOGGED_IN_SALT NONCE_SALT'.split(' ')))"

Or, if you're using a .env file for configuration (also recommended), try this:

python -c "import random; import string; r = random.SystemRandom(); print(chr(10).join('{0}={q}{1}{q}'.format(key,''.join(r.choice(string.ascii_letters+string.digits)for _ in range(64)),q=chr(34))for key in 'AUTH_KEY SECURE_AUTH_KEY LOGGED_IN_KEY NONCE_KEY AUTH_SALT SECURE_AUTH_SALT LOGGED_IN_SALT NONCE_SALT'.split(' ')))"