Author: Jacob Jurilla

The Journey to Passwordless in the Enterprise

Today, Microsoft announced that the passwordless capabilities for Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) are in public preview, reaching a major milestone in enabling passwordless authentication in the Enterprise. Azure AD provides an identity platform with access management, scalability, and reliability for connecting users with all the apps they need. With FIDO2 and WebAuthn passwordless authentication

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Jul 11, 2016

YubiKey And The Route To USB-C

The USB-C standard has caused a lot of chatter among Apple users, some concerning the elegance of fewer wires but mostly from those that miss absent ports, such as HDMI and USB 3.0, on newer MacBooks. Yubico has received requests to join the USB-C evolution and release a USB-C compatible YubiKey. We have built a

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Jul 18, 2014

YubiKey NEO Updates

UPDATE: YubiKeys with serial numbers 2624253 to 2624449 and 2624801 to 2625499 are also not configured with fixed card manager keys. Our YubiKey NEO, is a JavaCard-based product. The NEO has a set of card manager keys that allows you to delete/add/update the software “applets” running on the NEO, through the Global Platform interface. We

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Lost YubiKey Best Practices

We hope that you will not lose your YubiKey, but for larger deployments and serious use, establishing processes around lost YubiKeys is an important and challenging aspect. Yubico has offered the YubiRevoke service to help with this aspect, which is a centralized way to disable YubiKeys validated through the YubiCloud. Initially we thought this was

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Apr 30, 2014

Improving YubiKey Physical Security

Yubico has been working with world-renowed cryptographers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum to improve resistance against physical attacks directed at the YubiKey. This has been ongoing process over the last year. The results were made public at the RAID2013 conference, and have also been presented at 30C3. To follow our principles of openness and transparency, we will

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Nov 27, 2013

YubiX: Reference Auth Software

Yubico is happy to introduce a project that combines several of our server-side software packages: YubiX. YubiX is intended as a reference architecture software stack to demonstrate how to build robust and secure authentication systems that utilizes the YubiKey and YubiHSM hardware. While YubiX may be run directly as-is, it is not intended as a

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BrowserID and YubiKey

To to learn how you use the YubiKey with BrowserID, a new open identity initiative, please check out this video from a BrowserID developer: https://vimeo.com/64514090 BrowserID was introduced in mid 2011 by the Mozilla Project. It addresses the same problem as OpenID and SAML, as well as the common OAuth or OpenID-based login-with-an external-account (such