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Enable 2FA support for the auto login flow #10

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vladimiry opened this issue Feb 6, 2018 · 6 comments
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Enable 2FA support for the auto login flow #10

vladimiry opened this issue Feb 6, 2018 · 6 comments
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@vladimiry vladimiry commented Feb 6, 2018

2FA support is released with v0.3.0

Here is how to configure it:

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@vladimiry vladimiry commented Feb 6, 2018

Don't forget to add that key to your phone as well, and save the recovery codes somewhere.

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@HenrijsS HenrijsS commented Jan 6, 2021

Sorry for writing on a closed issue, but I just had a general question.
I'm using dual-boot Win/Linux.
The only way for me to get the Two-Factor secret key from Proton seems to be if I remove it and add again.
Is there an option to just get the secret key without disabling the TFA?

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@vladimiry vladimiry commented Jan 6, 2021

The only way for me to get the Two-Factor secret key from Proton seems to be if I remove it and add again.

A few years back when I was handling this issue it worker the way you described. It's likely still working the same way.

Is there an option to just get the secret key without disabling the TFA?

It's unlikely the @ProtonMail provides such option, you could ask them/support though.

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@vladimiry vladimiry commented Jan 6, 2021

@HenrijsS by the way consider enabling the persistent session feature. So you don't save any credentials in the app but still get the fully automated signing into the accounts.

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@HenrijsS HenrijsS commented Jan 6, 2021

@vladimiry Thank you for the quick answer. I'll try to get in touch with Protonmail about this. Maybe there's a way to get it.
Seeing as in the Account settings on EM, the key is hidden. Is it accessible with the Master Password maybe?

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@vladimiry vladimiry commented Jan 6, 2021

You can see in #318 (comment) how to decrypt the raw credentials values knowing the master password.

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