TOTP generator for Gnome
oathguardian: one-time password (TOTP/HOTP) generator
Oathguardian is a GTK-3 graphical tool for generating Time-based one-time password as defined in RFC6238. Those one-time passwords are frequently used as a two-factory authentication mechanism, by using a smartphone application such as Google authenticator.
Oathguardian permits to store the key secret either in a secret service such as Gnome Keyring ; or into a Yubikey 4. The yubikey is an USB device that has many security-related usages, such as storing a PGP private key, or doing TOTP/HOTP computations.
For now the best way to install oathguardian is to use pip.
The following instructions describe how to install oathguardian on a debian system, and should be transposable to any other linux distribution.
Some dependencies have to be installed beforehand:
$ sudo apt install python3-pip $ sudo apt install libzbar0 $ sudo apt install pcscd libpcsclite-dev swig
$ pip3 install --user oathguardian
The main executable,
oathguardian-gtk will be automatically installed into
$HOME/.local/bin. If this path
is not currently in your
PATH variable, please add it by adding to your
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