@marinade You could take a look at Authy but be aware they do have Cloud-Sync (so your secrets are stored with them) and a quite strong vendor-lock-in (you will not get your secrets back from them without tricks so maybe keep an own secure backup of them)…
That way you'd have full control over your data and would retrieve your codes through the browser on your device.
@luzifer thank you! I’m going to take a look on your suggestions, they seem very promising!
@marinade if case you are using 1Password, it’s also included there.
@janj I’m using Bitwarden to keep my passwords but I don’t want my two-factors being stored at the same place my passwords are :D nevertheless: thank you for your help!
@marinade good point. ✌️
@marinade I do use my 1Password as a two factor authentication. I know it is not perfect, but still is good enough if passwords from a service are leaked.^^
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