GateKeeper can generate OTP for websites that support Google Authenticator as their second factor of authentication. Instead of having to use your phone to get the OTP code while logging on to the website, GateKeeper can automatically generate OTP codes for you, and auto-fill them in when the website requests it during login.
- Supported Method for OTP: Time-Based One-Time-Passcodes
- Similar to: Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, etc.
Once you are on the website for which you want to enable two-factor authentication (Google Authenticator type), you will see a QR code or Secret displayed on it. You will need this QR code or secret to add a OTP type credential to your GateKeeper profile.
- Open the GateKeeper Password Manager extension in your browser.
- Click on Add Web Credential.
- Fill in the website login details (website, username, password).
- Click on the Capture QR code button.
- This will capture the QR code and extract the OTP secret.
- If the QR code is not captured properly, you can also copy the secret from the website's 2-FA settings page and paste it directly into the OTP box.
- Once all the fields are filled, click Save.
The next time the user logs in to the website, the OTP will be automatically filled in. You can also see it by clicking the credential in the GateKeeper Password Manager Chrome extension.
Here's a video of how auto-OTP works with GateKeeper Proximity below:
For any additional questions or concerns regarding proximity settings, computer locking, credential management, or compliance, please contact GateKeeper Enterprise support using the Support Ticket form on https://gkaccess.com/support/ or email email@example.com.
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