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How HOTP values are validated according to RFC 4226
In Section 7.2 "Validation of HOTP Values" of the HOTP spec (RFC 4226) it says, in part, The HOTP client (hardware or software token) increments its counter and then calculates the next HOTP ...
Aug 5 '13 at 12:57
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