We didn’t want to stop there, though! We also recognize the desire for multiple profiles which is why our latest product is a programmable multi-profile hardware token, called Token2 Molto-1. The clue is in the name, at least for anyone who understands Italian - “molto” is “many” in Italian. Having a multi-profile programmable hardware token means you can have only one device for up to 10 of your accounts. Hardware tokens are a great way to protect and secure your accounts from cyber attacks and we recognize that most people will have multiple accounts they want to secure. For example, it’s common for users to have a Gmail account, a Microsoft account, a Facebook account, and so on. In the past users would need a separate device for each of their accounts, but not with the Molto-1. By supporting 10 TOTP profiles we are providing increased flexibility to our hardware token customers. The programmable nature of the Token2 Molto-1 is also aimed at providing maximum flexibility so that you can have a token that suits your cybersecurity needs.
We are finalizing the development of the product and are expecting the first batch to arrive from our factory by the end of July. Specifications are as shown below.
|TOTP Profiles||up to 10|
|Programmable||via NFC, Windows and Android app|
|NFC Access||Password protected - password can be changed|
|Time step||30 or 60 seconds|
|OTP Length||6 or 8 digits|
|Maximal seed length||160 HEX (128 base32)|
|Seed hash algorithm||SHA-1 or SHA-256|
A. There is absolutely no way to retrieve the seeds anyhow from the device. However, to fully ensure security, in particular, to prevent replay attack by modifying the system time (which is a highly demanded feature to solve the time drift issues) Molto-1 can be protected by setting an NFC access password. New devices will come with a default NFC access password which can be changed immediately. To prevent brute-force attack, the devices will be reset to factory defaults after 15 unsuccessful NFC access attempts.
A. No, you can still use it by resetting to factory default. This reset will set NFC access password to default, but the operation will also clear all TOTP profiles (seeds and settings).