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2fa code directly behind password?


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I have a website where I have to use a password which consists of 4 numbers and the 2fa code. Actually I'm using the shortcut to fill in the password and pressing "ctrl+v" to copy the 2fa code directly behind the password.

Is it possible to automatically fill in the 2fa code directly behind the password? I couldn't find a setting for this behavior.

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Hi @Pratyush Sharma,

It's not an issue. It's a feature on one specific website - https://login.mailbox.org/de. For security reasons you have the possibility to enable 2FA protection. That means you have to use a password which consists of 4 digits. If enabled you have to type in the TOTP code right behind the 4-digits-password. So you have a password which consists of 10 digits.

It would be awesome if Enpass has a script to put both together in the same field - 4-digits-password and TOTP. :)

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  • 8 months later...

I would like to second this feature request.  It is not uncommon for corporate Single Sign on applications to require username and password + TOTP.

Given the following values: 

  • Username: rallour
  • Password: mypass
  • TOTP: 323813

 

The login form would then be filled in with the following: 

  • Username: rallour
  • Password: mypass323813

 

The way I would like to see it solved is to be able to use a template for the password field.  This would allow me to combine two arbitrary fields (a static password, and a dynamic TOTP) to create a password field that is a combination of both the password and TOTP as the value, and then have that templated value be what is auto-filled into the form.

 

RIght now it works with multiple selection and copy/paste steps, but it'd just a nice quality of life feature as I end up needing to do this multiple times per day supporting  different customers, all of which require the format of username / password + TOTP.

 

Thanks for a great product, and especially thanks for supporting it on Linux!

 

Jason

 

Edited by Jason Smith
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