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Set up OTP on OpenBSD in seconds

2005-01-10 , ,

I find that everything is easier on [OpenBSD](http://www.openbsd.org)
when it comes to security. The tools are already present and properly integrated
in the base install. They even have good documentation. This one is right out of the [FAQ](http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq8.html#SKey)…

As root, create the /etc/skey directory: skeyinit -E Next as a normal user on a secure console, setup your skey passphrase, one different from your system password: skeyinit Then to use OTP with your login, just tack ‘:skey’ onto your username: ssh joeuser:skey@host.example.com

Done!

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