FIDO U2F Security Key - the original and trusted security key from Yubico, co-creator of the FIDO U2F standard
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- Protect your online accounts with strong two-factor authentication
- Works with Google, Facebook, Dropbox, Dashlane, GitHub
- USB Type A compatible; 3mm thin key, fits nicely on a keychain and inside a wallet
- Extremely durable; crush and waterproof, no moving parts; Works with a simple touch
- Made in the USA and Sweden
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Two-factor authentication made easy!
Yubico's FIDO U2F Security Key is a USB device you use in combination with your username/password to prove your identity. With a simple touch, the FIDO U2F Security Key protects access to your Google, DropBox, and Dashlane accounts. Keep one on your keychain with your house keys, and a second backup key in a safe place at home in case you ever lose/misplace your house keys.
Easy-to-use FIDO U2F Security Key performs the FIDO Universal 2nd Factor security protocol.
Easier and safer than authenticator apps: No more reaching for your smartphone to re-type passcodes you receive via SMS or from an authenticator app. Just plug in your FIDO U2F Security Key and tap to securely log in quicker than with SMS or authenticator apps.
Works out of the box to with popular consumer applications: Protect your Facebook, GMail, DropBox, and Dashlane accounts.
Using your FIDO U2F Security Key: Go to yubico.com/start for instructions on how to register your FIDO U2F Security Key with applicable services. Steps to enroll your FIDO U2F Security Key may differ from service to service. Yubico has provided steps based on their own testing, and links to those services for full instructions.
USB Type A compatible: Plugs into USB Type A ports. Purchase adapters for devices that feature USB-C ports.
Extremely durable (IP67 class rating by IEC 60529): High quality, crush-resistant, and water-resistant.
Attaches to house and car keychains.
Manufactured in the USA with high security and quality.
Looking for more functionality? Check out multiply YubiKey 4, YubiKey 4 Nano, and YubiKey NEO
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Know my password (it's a pain for me to remember, imagine for them to guess?)
Have my U2F key (which is on my car keys DEEP in my pocket)
Or if not, figure out how to make a computer think a U2F key is plugged in (not easy or likely)
And even if they DO fool Google and the computer into thinking the key is inserted, you have to physically touch the key to activate it.
Layers upon layers of security, and since the key can be associated with more than one service at the same time, it's an all-in-one authentication device that I hope more companies start using.
Attached is a picture of the Key, with a quarter for size reference.
The downside is that it doesn't seem to work out of the box on Linux machines. I'm not sure what the process would be, but it would be nice if Yubico could work with the kernel maintainers to get this to get their keys to be supported by default. Also does not work reliably for all sites on Firefox 57 right now. Not a lot that Yubico can do about this, and I don't know all the details about why that is.
But overall, a good tool to have in your 2FA arsenal.
U2F is amazingly easy to use (in general, nothing unique to this device).
Looks like this supports multiple Google / Google Apps accounts! Just be sure you've selected the right account on the "Manage Security Keys" page.
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