With built-in support for one-time passwords (OTP) in the LaunchKey Mobile Authenticator, you can use
the LaunchKey Mobile Authenticator in place of other OTP apps like Google Authenticator. LaunchKey
Mobile Authenticator can better protect your OTP codes by adding more factors of
authentication, an upgrade from 2-factor. For those of you that dislike scrolling through a long list of OTP codes
inside Google Authenticator, you'll like the ability to instantly search for an OTP code or reorder them in the
LaunchKey Mobile Authenticator.
Enable OTP Authenticator
OTP Authenticator is not enabled by default. To enable it, tap the control panel button and move the switch next to
OTP Authenticator to the enabled position.
Configure New OTP
To add a new OTP code for an account that supports 2-step authentication (e.g. any web service that supports
Google Authenticator), tap the add button and select whether you'd like to scan a QR code or enter your account
details manually. Once scanned or entered successfully, you will see a new OTP entry on top of your existing list
How to Use
After you've successfully configured OTP for an account you own, you can use the time-based OTP codes anytime that
website or service requests 2-step verification.
The OTP codes will regenerate automatically every 30 seconds, and the timer bar located beneath the title bar displays
the amount of time left within that 30 second window. Tap the rearrange button to change the order of your OTPs, and
tap the search button once your list is long enough to instantly filter your list.
It's important to note that the OTP Authenticator inherits the authentication factors you
enable for the LaunchKey Mobile Authenticator. That means if you've enabled a geo-fence and you're outside
that fence, LaunchKey Mobile will block you from viewing your OTPs. This provides an increased level of security
through additional factors of authentication.