PalmKey is an RFC1938 compliant One-Time Password (formerly S/Key) generator.
One-Time passwords are used for secure authentication across an insecure network. Systems that use OTPs, issue a challenge to the user when the connection is first established. The user inputs this challenge plus their secret password, and a one-time password is computed. The user then sends this response to the system. The user's password is never directly transmitted over the network. Once a OTP is accepted, it will never be accepted again, making it safe to transmit over the network in the clear.
It currently supports the md4, md5, and sha1 hashing algorithms. Responses can be displayed in the traditional english format or hexadecimal encoded
· Palm OS v3.0
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Changed App ID from PKey to Pkey
· Fixed a dictionay bug where NIL was somehow encoded as NIIL
· Make clear button dual-purpose
· Added remaining count dialog while calculating response.