Sigh. That moment when you bust your phone, and then realize everything using 2FA is now inaccessible.
I do have backups of my tokens, but I don't have a spare device where I can restore the backup. Thankfully, my new phone arrives today, and most of my key services are protected by a YubiKey, so I'm not entirely blocked.
@sbanwart It won't help you now, but that's exactly why I screen capture and print on paper the QR codes and keys for such credentials. I store them in a safe in my house. It's saved me several times now.
Yeah, I've yet to come up with an approach to handling 2FA emergency codes that feels like the right confidentiality/availability tradeoff.
Hopefully you're using a VoIP PBX like Asterisk or Freeswitch or Google Voice, so you can just grab any old phone laying around and in ten minutes get back to business?
Regardless, I Soooo feel your pain!
@sbanwart And to make it even more painful, you store all the back up code in bitwarden and you enabled 2FA on bitwarden.( yeah, that's me )
@sbanwart On Linux at least, you can generate codes from the raw keys using oathtool. Something to use while you wait.
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