Tag: U2F

What is DNS Spoofing?

Learn More What is phishing? And how to prevent it 5 best practices for companies serious about data privacy What is a data breach? Developer Resources What is U2F? Developer FAQ

What is FIDO U2F?

Where did U2F come from? U2F was created by Google and Yubico, and support from NXP, with the vision to take strong public key crypto to the mass market. Today, the technical specifications are hosted by the open-authentication industry consortium known as the FIDO Alliance. U2F has been successfully deployed by large scale services, including Facebook, Gmail, Dropbox, GitHub, and many more. Click here for a

What is GDPR?

Learn More Yubico policy notice Yubico GDPR blog post

What is FIDO 2?

Learn More What is FIDO 2 blog 10 things you’ve been wondering about FIDO2, WebAuthn, and a passwordless world FIDO2 authentication standards Developer Resources Webauthn introduction FIDO2/Webauthn Overview

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Luther Burbank Navy JROTC case study

Navy JROTC to expands their uses of the YubiKey beyond U2F.

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CERN deploys YubiKeys to protect admin accounts and server access

CERN protects critical assets, easily integrating systems to provide protection with just a touch.

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Freedom of the Press Foundation secures free speech with the YubiKey

FPF deploys the YubiKey to help journalists protect confidentiality and other critical information.

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Google defends against account takeovers and reduces IT costs

Google improves security, accelerates productivity, and reduces support costs with the YubiKey.

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The Key to Trust

As the principal inventor behind both the Security Key and U2F protocol, we are true supporters of open standards. To realize our mission of making secure login ubiquitous, we designed the original Security Key, and provided the majority of the open source code and test tools for FIDO U2F and the latest version of the

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Jun 13, 2018

WebUSB in Google Chrome and Responsible Disclosure

Authored by Venkat Venkataraju & Jesper Johansson Yubico Blog Update and Statement – 6/18/18 On June 13, 2018 we published this blog post and security advisory regarding WebUSB issues in Chrome. In hindsight we realize that we did not give enough credit in our blog post and security advisory to the foundational work done by Markus