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Plugin for django-allauth that allows authentication using cryptographic tools like Trezor.

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(DISCLAIMER! This software is early alpha and doesn't have tests yet so you are using it on your own)

Crypto-allauth is a library that adds support for some advanced login methods.
It was first drafted at the TREZOR 2 Hackathon in Prague.

Right now you can only use Trezor but plans are to support other hardware encryption solutions.

## Installation

$ pip install crypto-allauth



And you're all set up.

For the "Login with TREZOR" button to work properly you either need a Chrome plugin or a trezor-bridge daemon. Go to []( to learn more.

## Roadmap

- U2F support (Yubikey and others)
- Offline Trezor support
- Keybase support

## Final notes

Feel free to create pull requests.

If you feel generous you can donate: [1AnrshDKmzRU57GTNJ2ki1bTKK45NDd2Dn](
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