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Tweet some love! share Learn how to use your YubiKey start Activate your 20% coupon save Subscribe to Ars Technica 4,000,000+ Users in over 160 countries 0 Account takeovers Strongest defense against phishing YubiKey makes two-factor authentication (2FA) easy everywhere. Just tap the YubiKey and it does the rest for you.... Continue reading →
Secure login for computers, networks and services for employees and customers with the YubiKey multi-factor authentication solution. Continue reading →
This guide describes how to configure your YubiKey, also known as a “Security Key,” with Keeper Password Manager. Requirements YubiKey Hardware (FIDO U2F certified) Keeper Password Manager (Individual or Enterprise, version July 2017) How to Enable Your YubiKey with Keeper Log into Keeper’s Web Vault with your email address and master password. Select Settings. Be sure you […]
“I’d recommend this to anyone. Simple to use and setup, and is super easy to carry with my keys.” – Amazon Customer on February 15, 2017 “This key is brilliant. I wish I had learned about U2F earlier. It is resistant to phishing and man-in-the-middle attacks, and you can use... Continue reading →
Simple, Elegant Password Management Managing passwords is simple and intuitive with Keeper. Keeper generates strong passwords, auto-fills passwords across your apps and sites with KeeperFill™ and organizes passwords on all platforms and devices. Keeper for Businesses Focus on the Greatest Security Risk Facing Your Business Passwords... Continue reading →
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YubiKeys support one-time passcode, smart card, and FIDO U2F – enabling one security key to an unlimited number of applications. The YubiKey NEO offers both contact (USB) and contactless (NFC MIFARE) communications. Continue reading →
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Services that support U2F authentication on NFC-capable Android devices include Google, Facebook, and GitHub. Both the Google Chrome browser and Google Authenticator are required on the mobile device for this NFC authentication to work.
There are three notable disadvantages from a security, privacy, and portability perspective. Security – Identity and authentication credentials are permanently connected to the computer or phone. If these devices are compromised (i.e. a rooted phone), they are subject to exploits and are subject to misuse of the stored credentials. Furthermore, social attacks are common where […]
A software application, regardless if it’s on your computer or your smartphone, can be easily targeted and misused by malware – which has already happened to SMS and authentication apps. The best security practice is to move user credentials to a separate hardware device not connected to the internet. The YubiKey and Yubico FIDO U2F […]
By using an NFC-enabled device, like the YubiKey NEO, you can authenticate with the same level of assurance over NFC as over USB. When you simplify your security setup and use only one physical key to authenticate on both your mobile device as well as your desktop computer, you can use a single key to […]
The touch of a finger provides a small electrical charge that activates the YubiKey (including Yubico FIDO U2F Security Key), as it is a capacitive sensor. It is not tied to a fingerprint.
Just as you want to make sure your antivirus and anti-malware protections on your devices are secured against modern attacks, you need to ensure your authentication devices also are using modern standards which are protected against newer attacks. SMS and Google Authenticator are based on one-time password (OTP) protocols that have been known to be […]
The same FIDO U2F Security Key or YubiKey you use for Gmail or G suite can also be used with your other U2F-enabled accounts. This also means that you can use the same YubiKey at home and at work. To see where else you can use your FIDO U2F Security Key, see our FIDO U2F […]
We recommend that you register at least two security keys for each service you enable two-factor authentication with. Once you lose a security key, log in using your backup key or another backup option (i.e. Google Authenticator or backup codes). After accessing the security settings on your account, remove the lost security key from from […]
The FIDO U2F Security Key supports only the U2F protocol. The YubiKey (YubiKey NEO series and YubiKey 4 series) supports the U2F protocol, as well as Yubico OTP, HMAC-SHA1, challenge-response, OATH (HOTP and TOTP), static password, OpenPGP, and smart card/PIV. See the comparison chart here.
Yubico & FIDO U2F History | 2012 - Yubico and Google create U2F. Jakob Ehrensvard, Yubico CTO, introduces the concept of an authenticator that works with Continue reading →
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Windows Software Engineer Seattle, WA or Palo Alto, CA Yubico’s mission is to create a safer internet for everyone. Our core invention, the YubiKey, secures logins for 9 of the top 10 internet brands, including Google and Facebook, and for millions of users in 160 countries. Collaboration and innovation are at the core of our culture, […]