For whatever its worth... Allows entry of seq 0, as an alternative to your pass phrase.
if your pass phrase is longer then 16 characters then enter the seq 0 OTP. If your pass phrase is shorter use it. Saves some space in the store, my old device(SPH-A620) is extremely slow when trying to process my long pass phrases, and entering them was slow and I would bump against the timeout.
You must change your pass phrase, or seed at seq 1, it will not give you seq 0 again!!, you should change it before you run out of OTP's.
kind of pointless and ugly code, and its a patch(diff) for 0.2.3 because that is the last version I can get to compile:/
opiekey -x -5 -n 5 5 palm5
Using the MD5 algorithm to compute response.
Reminder: Don't use opiekey from telnet or dial-in sessions.
Enter secret pass phrase: a vary long pass-phrase that paranoid people like myself use sometimes
0: 36E6 6046 F389 7205
1: 27B5 DC53 1ADD 5C5C
2: C9CD 771B 5EC7 0CF2
3: 030E 7B99 3AFA 22A8
4: 3A9C E6D2 2EFF C713
5: 5F28 4FCB 904F B280
You check 'Seq 0', and enter "36E66046F3897205"
You uncheck 'Seq 0', and enter "a vary long pass-phrase that paranoid people like myself use sometimes"
Both will return seq 5-1, unchecked will also return seq 0.
Happy to report that 0.2.3(modified) does work on my Palm Centro 690, w/ J9 IBM JVM(2.2.014 the last VM:( ), couldn’t get the 0.2.8 to work:/
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