Buy options22.68 USD
|Dimensions||85 × 54 × 1 mm|
unrestricted time sync
|Google Account||fully compatible|
|Azure On-Prem MFA Server||fully compatible|
|Azure Cloud MFA / Office 365 AD Premium P1 or P2||fully compatible|
|Azure Cloud MFA / Office 365 AD Free/Basic||fully compatible|
|Stripe Dashboard||fully compatible|
|Meraki Dashboard||fully compatible|
|ISDecisions UserLock||fully compatible|
|ESET Secure Authentication||fully compatible|
|Watchguard AuthPoint||fully compatible|
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Token2 OTPC-P1-i programmable card with unrestricted time sync , TOTP hardware token
please note that OTPC-P1-i replaces the retired OTPC-P1 model
NFC programmable hardware token in a credit card format than can be programmed using our burner apps available for Android, iPhone or Windows
This model is with unrestricted time sync (i.e. the time can be adjusted without reprovisioning the seed)
Form-factor: credit card size
Time offset: 30 seconds or 60 seconds [configurable]
Number of digits: 6
Hash algorithm: sha1 (default) or sha256 (set using NFC burner)
Screen type: e-Ink
Screen size: 24 × 7 mm
Dimensions: 85.60 × 53.98 × 0.9 mm
Weight: 4 gr
Expected lifetime: 4-5 years
Time sync: Yes
Maximal seed length : 63 bytes (126 hex / 101 base32)
Hash type: sha-1 or sha-256 [configurable]
molto2.py - Molto2 USB Config tool
molto2.py is a solution developed by Token2 to program and configure the Molto2v2 TOTP hardware tokens using pyscard python library. It works under Linux, macOS and Windows.
Introducing Passwordless Login for Our Website!
At Token2, we are always looking for ways to improve the user experience and make it as convenient and secure as possible. That's why we are excited to announce the addition of a passwordless login option for our website.
Provisioning Token2 TOTP programmable tokens - a universal guide
We have a lot of integration guides describing the process of enrolling our programmable tokens with different systems, such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook and many others.