Authme (Two-factor authenticator)

Authme (Two-factor authenticator)

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Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Simple cross-platform two-factor (2FA) authenticator app for desktop.

  • 🔒 Secure by design: Your codes is secured by AES 256bit encryption with your own password.
  • 🔑 Import codes: Import form any 2FA TOTP QR code or import directly from Google Authenticator.
  • ⌨️ Many shortcuts: Easily open Authme with custom shortcuts and the app will start with your system for quick and easy access.
  • 📡 Completely offline: You own your data, internet is only required for updates.
  • 💻 Privacy in mind: Authme is hidden from video capture and screenshots.
  • 📃 Easy export and backup: You can export your 2FA codes anytime and you can create a backup of your codes very easily.

Details for Authme (Two-factor authenticator)

  • GPL-3.0-only

Last updated
  • 23 July 2022 - latest/stable
  • 23 July 2022 - latest/beta



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Ubuntu 22.04
Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 24.04
Ubuntu 23.10
Debian 12
Ubuntu 18.04
Zorin OS 17

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