by RealityRipple Software

📥Download SecondFaqtor v1.2.1
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Version 1.2.1 [Release Notes] rss
Released August 4, 2021
Updates via Package Manager
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★★★★ (3 votes)
Supports Linux.
Requires Gambas 3.15+, Qt 5, X11, OpenSSL 1.0.0, and ZBar 0.10.

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Need a two-factor authenticator for your computer? Tired of using your phone to log in to a website on your desktop? Introducing SecondFaqtor, a One-Time-Password Authenticator for Linux.
SecondFaqtor supports Time-based One Time Passwords, which can be added directly, using a QR Code, or with an OTPAUTH URL. Your Secrets are stored securely for your local account, with the option to protect the program with a password for advanced security.
The main window of SecondFaqtor provides quick access to multiple authentication profiles and lists not only the present code, but the last code and the next one as well, for ultimate convenience. Codes are copied automatically on click, saving you time and energy.
Advanced support for SHA1, SHA256, and SHA512 is included by default, with either 6 or 8 digit codes, and a rolling time period of anywhere between one second to one day. Standard defaults are selected automatically, so if you just need the code to work, no worries!
Users on a non-Qt interface: Please enable the native platform theme for Qt by following these native theme instructions.
If your Operating System does not include Gambas 3.15 or newer (Debian 10.6, Slackware 14.1, Mageia 7.1, and CentOS), you will have to compile Gambas3 yourself.
SecondFaqtor is free for use or modification without limitation. However, it comes with no license, warranty, or guarantee of any kind. That being said, you can still ask any questions in the Comments section below, or contact me directly for assistance.
Also Available: ❖️SecondFactor (for Windows)

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