Is there any good solution for 2FA that works on both Android and Linux based operating systems? It must be open source and preferably something offline that can be synced across devices using Syncthing.
@hund Would this work?
It can import / export to andOTP for Android, but I don't know that you can use BOTH at the same time?
@hund you can use keepassxc for linux to store totp. Have the database file synced as you mentioned . And keepassxd for android
@hund I know it's not open source, but Yubikey has a nice way of doing that. Using their TOTP-app and a Yubikey, the TOTP-keys are stored on the device. So if you tap it on your phone (with the app) or run the program on Linux/Windows, it reads the keys from the device. Offline sync, easy to use. A sky free from clouds.
@hund I have a SoloKey which is open source. I also use Bitwarden which handles TOTP 2FA as well. And of course syncs with the Bitwarden server or your own. Not sure if Syncthing is necessary
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