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July 12, 2012, 08:44:28 PM
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Correct me if I'm wrong but if you can generate the codes, then anyone can do it which means it's useless. I thought most of these keys are salted with some specific to your account and I doubt youll be able to figure out what it is and I doubt the bank or wherever would tell you.
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July 14, 2012, 06:51:27 AM
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Correct me if I'm wrong but if you can generate the codes, then anyone can do it which means it's useless. I thought most of these keys are salted with some specific to your account and I doubt youll be able to figure out what it is and I doubt the bank or wherever would tell you.

Most/all OTP tokens generate OTPs based a hash function of either a Secret Key and The Time or a Secret Key and the Number of Keys Generated So Far.

The one I use for work is based on (as far as I can tell) a secret key and a counter. This is probably much less secure than a time-based OTP.

OTC-WoT: 1BWF66DuVqBCSFksUgkLtdYmHucpBgPmVm
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July 14, 2012, 05:33:55 PM
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Maybe Monday! :-(

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December 05, 2014, 05:03:29 AM
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Hey guys, sorry for posting on a dead thread, but I just wrote a TOTP implementation for my TI-89, and I found this via Google. I wanted to let you know that it works!

Unfortunately, my code takes just over one minute to generate an OTP. This is using the TI-Basic language, which is really bad performance-wise. Plus, the bit shift and bit rotate functions keep generating warning messages. You can write programs for the TI-89 in C, so going that route would probably give you an answer in a more usable timeframe.

If there's still any interest in this subject, let me know. I could grab my old cable and upload the files for anyone else curious. Heck, I might take a stab at the C rewrite as my next project.

Edit: Here it is! https://www.github.com/divergentdave/TOTP-89
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