Author: Dain Nilsson

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Introducing Yubico Authenticator 6 for Desktop

Today we’re releasing the first public beta version of Yubico Authenticator 6 for Desktop. This new version has some big changes under the hood, so let me explain what they are and why we’re doing them. Or, if you’re just eager to try it out, skip to the bottom of this post and click on

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WebAuthn implementation: What’s what, why should you care and new updates from Yubico

When it comes to WebAuthn, there’s certainly no shortage of acronyms or protocols. But what do they mean, and which ones do you need to care about? Fret not – both clarity and help are available! In this blog, we’ll share tips on how to implement WebAuthn, as well as share news about java-webauthn-server library

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Mar 5, 2021

Yubico releases YubiKey Manager CLI 4.0

Today, we’re excited to share that Yubico has released YubiKey Manager CLI 4.0 (also known as “ykman”). This is a new major release version, and that means substantial changes. For this release, those changes include a few new features for end-users, and several other changes which are mostly relevant for developers. Changes that may impact

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Yubico releases new public beta versions of iOS and Android mobile SDKs

Today, Yubico is excited to release public beta versions of the next generation of our mobile SDKs for both iOS and Android platforms. The Yubico Mobile SDKs can be used to integrate multi-protocol YubiKey support into mobile apps via near-field communication (NFC), Lightning, and USB connections (USB available for Android only). With this public preview, we want to give

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Mar 23, 2015

Memoirs of a YubiKing

While I’ve been an employee with Yubico for a little more than two years now, my history with the company dates back a bit further. And the YubiKing contest we announced today to discover the next innovative use of the YubiKey transports me back to that time. Before I was an employee, I was a

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Yubico’s Take on U2F Key Wrapping

How does Yubico’s implementation of U2F claim to be able to support any number of services with unique key pairs when we have limited storage? And do this in a way that is secure and respects your privacy? First off, a refresher on how this is described in the U2F specification: “U2F tokens might not