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One Time Password (HOTP/TOTP) library for Node.js, Deno, Bun and browsers.

This package works with Bun, Cloudflare Workers, Node.js, Deno, Browsers
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Published
2 weeks ago (9.3.1)

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OTPAuth

One Time Password (HOTP/TOTP) library for Node.js, Deno, Bun and browsers.

Usage

Node.js

import * as OTPAuth from "otpauth";

// Create a new TOTP object.
let totp = new OTPAuth.TOTP({
  // Provider or service the account is associated with.
  issuer: "ACME",
  // Account identifier.
  label: "AzureDiamond",
  // Algorithm used for the HMAC function.
  algorithm: "SHA1",
  // Length of the generated tokens.
  digits: 6,
  // Interval of time for which a token is valid, in seconds.
  period: 30,
  // Arbitrary key encoded in Base32 or OTPAuth.Secret instance.
  secret: "NB2W45DFOIZA", // or 'OTPAuth.Secret.fromBase32("NB2W45DFOIZA")'
});

// A cryptographically secure random secret can also be generated with:
let secret = new OTPAuth.Secret({ size: 20 });

// Generate a token (returns the current token as a string).
let token = totp.generate();

// Validate a token (returns the token delta or null if it is not found in the
// search window, in which case it should be considered invalid).
let delta = totp.validate({ token, window: 1 });

// Get the remaining seconds until the current token changes.
let seconds = totp.period - (Math.floor(Date.now() / 1000) % totp.period);

// Convert to Google Authenticator key URI format (usually the URI is encoded
// in a QR code that can be scanned by the user. This functionality is outside
// the scope of the project, but there are many libraries that can be used for
// this purpose).
//
// otpauth://totp/ACME:AzureDiamond?issuer=ACME&secret=NB2W45DFOIZA&algorithm=SHA1&digits=6&period=30
let uri = totp.toString(); // or 'OTPAuth.URI.stringify(totp)'

// Convert from Google Authenticator key URI format.
totp = OTPAuth.URI.parse(uri);

Deno

import * as OTPAuth from "https://deno.land/x/otpauth@VERSION/dist/otpauth.esm.js";

// Same as above.

Bun

import * as OTPAuth from "otpauth";

// Same as above.

Browsers

<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/otpauth/VERSION/otpauth.umd.min.js"></script>
<script>
  // Same as above.
</script>

Documentation

See the documentation page.

https://hectorm.github.io/otpauth/

Supported hashing algorithms

In Node.js, the same algorithms as Crypto.createHmac function are supported, since it is used internally. In Deno, Bun and browsers, the SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, SHA3-224, SHA3-256, SHA3-384 and SHA3-512 algorithms are supported by using the @noble/hashes library.

License

MIT License © Héctor Molinero Fernández.

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