Nexus TruID

Nexus TruID


TruID is a client application that generates One-Time Passwords (OTP). OTPs are used to provide secure identification for an organization's mission-critical systems, such as sale and e-mail systems.

TruID supports multiple profiles. Each profile can be set in challenge or synchronized mode. When run in synchronized mode, the OTP is generated after the user enters the PIN. In challenge mode the user has to enter a challenge, in addition to the PIN, to generate the OTP. The challenge is generated and provided by the TruID server.

TruID requires that your organization/provider runs PortWise Authentication Server. PortWise Authentication Server supports the radius protocol. PortWise Authentication Server also provides web service api:s to enable integration with any application that needs strong authentication to authenticate users.

On-line activation: When activating your account using a one-time activation key, the key is generated by the PortWise Authentication Server. The activation key and url is sent to the user via email or SMS. To activate your TruID client on-line, simply click on the url in your device and follow the instructions.

Manual activation: When activating your account a seed value will be generated on the PortWise Authentication Server. The seed value needs to be entered in the TruID client for the profile to be activated.

Recent changes:
Fixed an issue with activation from Google Chrome.
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About Nexus TruID
TruID is a client application that generates One-Time Passwords (OTP). OTPs are used to provide secure identification for an organization's mission-critical systems, such as sale and e-mail systems.

TruID supports multiple profiles. Each profile can be set in challenge or synchronized mode. When run in synchronized mode, the OTP is generated after the user enters the PIN. In challenge mode the user has to enter a challenge, in addition to the PIN, to generate the OTP. The challenge is generated and provided by the TruID server.

TruID requires that your organization/provider runs PortWise Authentication Server. PortWise Authentication Server supports the radius protocol. PortWise Authentication Server also provides web service api:s to enable integration with any application that needs strong authentication to authenticate users.

On-line activation: When activating your account using a one-time activation key, the key is generated by the PortWise Authentication Server. The activation key and url is sent to the user via email or SMS. To activate your TruID client on-line, simply click on the url in your device and follow the instructions.

Manual activation: When activating your account a seed value will be generated on the PortWise Authentication Server. The seed value needs to be entered in the TruID client for the profile to be activated.

Recent changes:
Fixed an issue with activation from Google Chrome.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 6, 2015
Nice
A Google User
Jan 31, 2015
Ok It is OK. The one is used in IPhone showed the profile name on the page where the code is entered, making it easy to remember the code for a particular profile.
A Google User
Sep 5, 2014
Best for portwise.
A Google User
Aug 21, 2014
Nice
A Google User
Mar 16, 2014
Text doesn't scale - very hard to read on HD screens This works and I've used it for many years. Originally on a Nexus One, then Nexus S, the Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and now LG G2. The problem is that the codes generated seem to be a fixed size defined in terms of pixels. On older phones, with low DPI on the screens, the text was displayed in quite a readable way. Now, I am trying to read something which has got smaller and smaller and it's too small to read. Please fix. Another thing I'd like is the use of computer fonts for the codes - i.e. 0 and O (zero and the letter O) are clearly distinguished. A font that is designed to be wholly unambiguous would be best, and why not allow users to set the font size? Finally, it's actually quite a pain to have letters and numbers with mobile keyboards. Could you just stick to one or the other? With 26 upper case and 26 lower case letters, surely that is enough. Most banks just have a 6 digit number code, and I am sure that a 1 in a million chance of guessing is secure enough given this is a two factor solution.
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