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Old 5th September 2013
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Default Google Authenticator?

I've found various recipes on the net for adding support for Google Authenticator for Linux, FreeBSD, etc. but they're all PAM-based.

I see OpenBSD's BSD Authentication supports several types of authenticators including YubiKey but I don't see Google listed.

I'm curious if anyone has worked on this/thought about this/tinkered with this. If not...well, writing a new authentication method might be fun :-)
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Old 5th September 2013
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I'm curious if anyone has worked on this/thought about this/tinkered with this.
When it comes to compatibility questions, be it hardware or software, it is best to check the project's official mailing lists to see what discussion may have taken place. In particular, you may be interested in sthen@'s comments in the following threads:
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