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Old 11-09-2012, 09:00 AM   #1
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2 Factor Authentication on Desktop


Good morning all,

I want to enable the pam module for Google 2 factor authentication to secure my laptop a bit more. Has anyone accomplished this? It seems very straightforward when it comes to a non-graphical setup.

My question is: Is this possible while using X? I am using Arch linux + Slim + Openbox. I would love for it to ask for username, password, and 2 factor auth.

Thank you!
 
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Yes. You can just need to do the same configuration you would for ssh for login. Be sure to put some of the standby codes in your wallet.
 
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So if I do this configuration -- Slim will ask:

Username
Password
2 Factor Auth Password

In that order, and visually? Because I see no documentation on Slim or Openbox about 2 factor authentication.
 
  


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