stoken-gui man page

stoken-gui — GTK+ software token

Synopsis

stoken-gui [opts]

Description

stoken-gui is a software token compatible with RSA SecurID 128-bit (AES) tokens.  The graphical user interface provides limited support for password entry and viewing the current token.  Initial token importation and other configuration items are handled through the command-line interface, stoken(1).

After using stoken import to populate ~/.stokenrc, stoken-gui may be invoked to display the tokencode and counter.  The tokencode changes once a minute; stoken-gui may be left running forever and will copy the current tokencode to the clipboard on demand.

If a password and/or PIN is required, stoken-gui will pop up a dialog box requesting the appropriate information.

Options

--small

Show a minimal window that only displays a tokencode and a progress bar. Clicking on the tokencode copies it to the clipboard.

--rcfile=file

Use an alternate .stokenrc file.  This is typically used to support multiple tokens on the same user account.

--password=password, -p password

Use a password supplied from the command line, instead of prompting the user. See notes in SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS on the stoken(1) man page.

--pin=pin, -n pin

Use a PIN supplied from the command line, instead of prompting the user. See notes in SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS on the stoken(1) man page.

--force, -f

Override token expiration date check.

--file=file

Use a token from file instead of the .stokenrc file.  For testing purposes only.

--token=token_string

Use a token from the command line instead of the .stokenrc file.  See above notes on --file.

--random

Generate a random token on the fly.  Used for testing or demonstrations only. These tokens should not be used for real authentication.

--help, -h

Display basic usage information.

--version, -v

Display version information.

See Also

stoken(1).

Files

~/.stokenrc

Default configuration file.

Author

Kevin Cernekee <cernekee@gmail.com>

Referenced By

stoken(1).

2012-09-09