If you have a lot of account with two factor authentification activated, using a separated device can take a lot of time.
Tetripin is a cli 2FA manager that can generate the one time PIN from your terminal. It’s compatible with most TOTP services, e.g: the ones that use the regular settings for Google Authenticator such as most crypto-currency exchanges, lastpass and discord…
$ tetripin add Bittrex JBSWY3DPEHPK3PXP Account added $ tetripin gen Bittrex 969804
It works on Windows/Mac/Linux, but support only TOTP with default settings:
period = 30 digits = 6 algorithm = SHA1
If you need other settings, open a github issue.
It’s written in Python, and works on Python 2 and 3.
You need to know how pip works. If you don’t, vote on the github issue asking for binaries. Indicate your OS name and version.
` python -m pip install tetripin --user `
Binary may come in the future so you don’t have to understand how pip works.
read from qrcode local file or url
deal with other algo settings
add support for steam
add sync service
output time remaining
If you can’t find the tetripin command, you can still call tetripin doing:
python -m tetripin
$ tetripin listsecrets # Export secrets bittrex=JBSWY3DPEHPK3PXP
Get conf infos:
$ tetripin listconfig # List config values secrets_file=/home/user/.local/share/tetripin/0.1/secrets.toml data_dir=/home/user/.local/share/tetripin/0.1
If your secrets get stolen, people will be able to generate the PIN. Keep the secrets.toml safe !
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