This project makes it easy to add support for one-time passwords (OTPs) to Django. It can be integrated at various levels, depending on how much customization is required. It integrates with django.contrib.auth, although it is not a Django authentication backend. The primary target is developers wishing to incorporate OTPs into their Django projects as a form of two-factor authentication.
This project includes several simple OTP plugins and more are available separately. This package also includes an implementation of OATH HOTP and TOTP for convenience, as these are standard OTP algorithms used by multiple plugins.
This version is supported on Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.3+; and Django >= 1.4.2.
All plugins now contain both South and Django migrations. If you’re using South or upgrading to Django 1.7, please see the upgrade notes in the documentation first.
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