There are currently 3 budgies in this directory beginning with the letter T.
Used as a security token in connection with identity management. A security token is a hardware component for identifying and authenticating users. Occasionally it is also used to refer to software tokens. They are usually part of an access control system with two-factor authentication.
TOTP stands for Time-based One-time Password - It is a temporary password (six or eight digits) generated by an algorithm and used to authenticate users based on time and device.
Two-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a procedure that uses a combination of two credentials (factors) to verify user identities. factors: Physical possession: for example, a bank card Knowledge: e.g. a password Being: Biometric data e.g. fingerprint, face recognition, voice recognition