Em qua, 30 de set de 2020 15:18, Bernd Eckenfels <ecki(a)zusammenkunft.net>
You normally can’t — most websites don’t allow to see the code
times. You generally would have to creat a new code for the site, which
usually requires a painful procedure to reset the old one.
But your FreeOTP backup should be in iCloud or iTunes backups (however I
am not sure how good that works.
I know it’s too late now,but for thefuture: I typically don’t depend on it
and copy all secret keys in addition to a offline password manager, by
clicking the „show qr as key“ links. This may of course weaken the factor,
if not handled carefully.
*Von:* Lisa Ann Sandusky <meeyow(a)comcast.net>
*Gesendet:* Wednesday, September 30, 2020 5:27:13 PM
*An:* freeotp-devel(a)lists.fedorahosted.org <
*Betreff:* Need QR code again
I got a new iPad so I need my QR code from the free OTP app that I have on
my old iPad - but cannot find it again for my website. how do I access this
QR code to rescan it?
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