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
- desktop GUI
- mobile GUI
- web GUI
- keepass integration
- 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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