Tag: Yubico Developer Program

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Yubico brings the YubiKey to the .NET ecosystem with its new desktop SDK

In continuation with our mission to bring strong authentication to the world, Yubico is excited to announce that integrating the YubiKey into your .NET application or workflow will now be easier than ever before. This is enabled with the introduction of the new YubiKey SDK for Desktop. With this Desktop SDK, you can now add

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What SolarWinds taught us about the importance of a secure code signing system

Last year’s SolarWinds attack was caused by intruders who managed to inject Sunspot malware into the software supply chain. The hackers exploited a breach in the SolarWinds code signing system, which allowed them to fraudulently distribute malicious code as legitimate updates to installations across the world. While this attack taught the industry many lessons, one

Software Development Toolkits (SDKs)

Yubico’s SDK offerings deliver rapid integration ofhardware-based strong authentication YubiKey SDKs Yubico has developed a range of mobile SDKs, such as for iOS and Android, and also desktop SDKs to enable developers to rapidly integrate hardware security into their apps and services, and deliver a high level of security on the range of devices, apps

What is cross-platform?

Cross-Platform meaning definition Why is it important to be cross-platform? It’s important to have or use a product that is cross-platform so that it can work with a wide variety of devices. If security keys are cross-platform a user can use one key across all their devices. Are Yubico products cross-platform? Yes, all Yubico products

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Aug 11, 2020

Exploring clientDataJSON in WebAuthn

Calling all developers! Today, we’re kicking off our first-ever post in our new technical blog series specifically designed for our developer community. Each month, we will be selecting a new technical topic to cover in more depth. To start our series, we dive into the clientDataJSON object as part of the Web Authentication or WebAuthn

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Mar 17, 2020

Diablo Valley College students implement WebAuthn in 24 hours

What do you get when you mix six hundred developers, twenty-four hours, twelve challenges and a mass of cash and prizes? The nation’s largest challenge-driven hackathon, hosted by DeveloperWeek in San Francisco. Hackathon participants get just twenty-four hours to create a working proof of concept to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems. Yubico

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4 security tips: for developers, by developers

As National Cybersecurity Awareness Month comes to an end, our focus turns to what the developer community can do to stay cyber smart all year long. We’ve already talked about access management, and shared tips on how to protect your personal accounts. Today, we offer tips from the Yubico Developer Team to developers looking to

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Jul 26, 2018

Small Business Accountants Protecting Sensitive Data and Yubico Developer Program Updates

We just received some stats from our friends over at QuickBooks—the number of apps used by the Small Business Market is projected to grow threefold in the next few years. The QuickBooks Online Community is comprised of more than 3.2 million small businesses, 200 thousand accountants/bookkeepers, and thousands of 3rd party app developers. That’s a

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Apr 12, 2018

Yubico at RSA 2018: Passwordless Logins, Developer Programs, and More

Heading to RSA in San Francisco next week? We’ll be there too, celebrating our 10th year at the conference! An industry first, we are showcasing passwordless login with the just released Security Key by Yubico, the first hardware authentication device to support both FIDO U2F and FIDO2. Yubico is a leading contributor to the new

Yubico Launches Passwordless Login with new Security Key and FIDO2

Today, together with the FIDO Alliance, we made a big announcement that paves the way to a passwordless future. We revealed the new Security Key by Yubico as well as our new Developer Program, both of which support the new FIDO2 open standard for passwordless authentication. Why is this important? Think of a time when