Tag: static password

What is a Secure Static Password?

How is a ModHex static password generated? Utilizing ModHex and its 16-character alphabet, and encoding that introduces a measure of “randomness”. A 32-character ModHex password would take a hacker around five billion years to even get a 1 in 2,158,056,614 chance of a correct guess (yes, that’s two billion!). Even a 16-character ModHex password would take around


YubiKey Static Password Offers Up Options

One of the original functions on the YubiKey is a static password for use in the password field of any application. Such an option seems to challenge common misgivings about reusing passwords. And we would agree. But if you look a little deeper, the static password, which has attracted more users than we thought it might,


Expanding YubiKey Keyboard Support

Hi. We’ve had a few queries about using the YubiKey with various keyboard layouts, so we thought we’ll spend some time describing the different methods available to do that. Like a USB keyboard, YubiKeys work via inputting scan codes as opposed to actual characters. This means that when you type, the keyboard only sends the