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1-11-2010 @ 1:30PM
Speaking on the length of time the token is "good"... I'm not sure it's even one minute. This may be different depending on if you have the physical keychain or the iPhone app.I have the iPhone app for the authenticator. It produces a new code every ten seconds. If I enter the code currently visible, wait for a new one to generate, then hit enter on the old code, I'm denied access. So that code is seemingly good for about ten seconds, not one minute.Is it different on the physical Authenticators?
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