A CLI one-time password application that manages one-time passwords elegantly and with tons of customization.
A command line based one-time password manager that allows you to easily retreive and store one-time passwords. Secrets are stored using the operating system's keyring, so sensitive information is encrypted.
The show command shows a stored one-time password:
Names are case-insensitive to help prevent typos involving case. If you want to quickly get a one-time password for a secret, for testing or development purposes, just run
otp show --secret [SECRET] to see its corresponding TOTP code.
Codes are updated in real-time, and they are hidden upon exit (
The write command allows you to store new one-time passwords:
Most of the features here roughly follow the Google Authenticator application, allowing you to store issuers and emails to distinguish multiple one-time passwords from the same website.
The update command allows you to amend or change details of a one-time password. Changing the secret will prompt you to confirm, as it is a potentially dangerous action.
The delete command deletes saved one-time passwords: