[APP]Google Authenticator for Windows Mobile

MilaCzeque

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Hi, I stitched together few libraries and made Windows Mobile version of generator for Google's 2-step verification. More info at Google blog.

It behaves the same way as Android version open-sourced here.

QR code scanning is only working if you have QuickMark installed.

Installation: Just unzip Authenticator.zip, copy Authenticator.exe to your device and run it.

I'll publish source code under GPL in few days.

Entered data is protected by CryptProtectData and stored in registry.

Be careful it is still beta version!

In case of trouble make sure your clock is accurate. Nice application for time synchronization is gTimeSync.
 

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MarkAtHome

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Hi, I stitched together few libraries and made Windows Mobile version of generator for Google's 2-step verification. More info at Google blog.

It behaves the same way as Android version open-sourced here.

QR code scanning is only working if you have QuickMark installed.

Installation: Just unzip Authenticator.zip, copy Authenticator.exe to your device and run it.

I'll publish source code under GPL in few days.

Entered data is protected by CryptProtectData and stored in registry.

Be careful it is still beta version!

In case of trouble make sure your clock is accurate. Nice application for time synchronization is gTimeSync.
Hi -- it may or may not be perfectly acceptable, and if so, I apologize in advance, but what you describe is the opposite of what I am looking for.

I have concern of Google getting into my phone (HD2) after having it flashed with an Android NAND (etc.)

So, you are looking to use WM, connecting it to Google, and I would like the ability to use Android, severing Google's connection.

Would similar code be used to accomplish the same thing?
 

avd

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works great! Sprint Palm Treo Pro! much thanks.

Now if I could figure out how to map it to a button, that would be awsomeer.
 

Valen00

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worked for me too on a HTC touch pro 2

got a few errors about null pointers when starting the first time
also tried to capture the QR code with more of the same
but that aside when i put the key in manually it all worked.

good work
my google account feels much safer now.
 

MoHed

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Works perfectly on HD2

Thanks a lot.

Remarks:
1- Null pointer error on 1st run before configuring with Google Secret. Will disappear when configured.
2- Do not bother with QR scanning, enter your google secret manually with NO spaces. This will take half a minute !
 
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