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Sep 9, 2020 ⋅ 8 min read

Implementing two-factor authentication using Speakeasy

Jeremy Kithome Software developer. #MUFC to infinity and beyond! Fortune favors the bold. From tomato farmer to API farmer.

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3 Replies to "Implementing two-factor authentication using Speakeasy"

  1. Hi Jeremy,

    I just had one question regarding the Speakeasy library, which is that the project looks like it’s not maintained anymore, so would that be an issue in security terms? The most recent commit seems to be in 2017. What do you think? Nevertheless, this was a great article!

    Thanks!

  2. Thank you for the very interesting and educational post. I was wondering, how would we use it as a middle ware in our application? that would have made it a cherry on the top. I can think of some ways to implement it, however, I was wondering what is the best practice to do it in your opinion

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