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Feitian MultiPass FIDO Security Key
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- FIDO U2F certified security key
- USB interface for working driverlessly in Windows, Linux, Mac OS with Chrome, Firefox, etc.
- NFC interface for mobile phones and contactless readers
- BLE for compatible mobile devices
- iOS Users need special methods to pair their keys, please check the Manual by scanning the QR code on the package boxes' back.
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Feitian MultiPass FIDO® Security Key is a device to go beyond the traditional two-factor authentication systems, the built-in three communication interfaces (BLE, NFC, and USB) empower user to select the desired channel and complete a secure FIDO® U2F authentication across any of your client devices in contact or wirelessly, including desktop, notebook, tablet, and smartphone. * The security key can only be added to Google account on non-mobile platform with latest version of Chrome. ** After the key added to the Google account, iOS user may use Google Smart Lock application (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google-smart-lock/id1152066360?mt=8) to pairing their BLE keys. *** User may check Google support (https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6103523) or User Manual (http://download.ftsafe.com/files/FIDO/Manual/ePass%20FIDO-Multi-Interface%20Manual.PDF) for detailed guidance.
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You will **not** be able to use the traditional pairing mechanism to use this with an iphone7. But! If you are this for something like gmail, you need to download google's smart lock application. The flow to get this attached to your account is:
1. using the included USB cable connect the key to your computer
2. during account setup associate the feitian multipass with your account
3. download google smart lock to your phone
4. sign out of your accounts and sign back in. You *should* be asked to "pair" your second factor during sign in.
5. click the button on the feitian. Wait to be prompted for code on the back of the feitian.
6. Success! You should have been able to pair the device successfully.
sudo -E su
sudo echo 'KERNEL=="hidraw*", SUBSYSTEM=="hidraw", MODE="0664", GROUP="plugdev"' > /etc/udev/rules.d/70-u2f.rules
Then open up Chromium Web Browser to a google sign in page and it works. It may take 2 tries. I'm not sure if I'm holding the Feitian button too long but sometimes it wants to retry and then picks it up.
Now with the Android N 7 phone-it's a Moto 4G and I had paired it already with Bluetooth and that was fine. Getting it to look for a key was tricky and I'm not sure why it started to ask me for a key. I had read u need to have the Google Authenticator and Chrome apps installed which I have. First do all this in a computer and set up your key there. Then on the phone, use the Chrome app and login to a google page. It will ask for your bluetooth FIDO key and then press the button when prompted. I held it in 5 seconds until the Bluetooth lit on the FIDO. Maybe I held it too long again because it failed and wanted to retry but the 2nd time it found it right away.
So, I'm happy with this. Finally a U2F key that connects to my phone that doesn't have NFC. I'll for that on my next phone and hopefully this feature on the Feitian works too but it's good for the USB and Bluetooth using the computers and phone that I have.
This fits nicely next to my dog tags on a chain. Very light weight and thin too so it easily goes under your shirt! I took a picture which is posted here.
Something I just noticed a week later when I used a micro USB cable at work is that even for data transfer this key needs a heavy duty cable unlike other keys. The one they provide works fine but for a second cable, this works:
Micro USB cable,Coeuspow Durable Silicone USB Charge Data Sync Cable for Samsung Galaxy S6/5 Note HTC Nokia Motorola Lg Google Nexus, Android Smartphone and Tablet-2*Pack 6 Inch (15 cm)
I like this key-it has been pretty reliable once I got the permissions right in Linux and used a heavy duty cable in Windows. My phone always get it over Bluetooth. I started Google's Advanced Protection (GAP) plan where my Google account can ONLY be accessed with my password and 1 of my 4 FIDO keys-this being 1 of them.
Google was one of the early developers and supporters of this initiative. Originally, Google supported FIDO keys for their "two step verification" sign-on, with backup authentication methods also enabled (such as a printed list of one-time PIN numbers, or a text to a smartphone). This method is still available. Recently, Google added a second, more secure option, the "Advanced Protection Program". Under this program, the *only* way you (or someone else) can log into your Google account is by using a FIDO key or token. This requires at least two keys, so that, if you lose or destroy one of the keys, you still have another. Without the key(s), you'd have to request a workaround from Google, which is only granted after several days and some user verification steps.
This Feitian FIDO key is unique (at least as of now), in that it supports the traditional USB attachment, which emulates a standard USB keyboard (a "Human Interface Device" or HID), and it also includes both NFC (for Android devices with a NFC tag reader) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for Apple and other devices.
Aside from the three-method attachment, this key performs exactly the same function as other FIDO keys, such as the YubiKey family of FIDO products.
There have been a couple of reviews complaining about the packaging, wondering if it was secure. First: even if somebody got their hands on your key, there is absolutely nothing they can do with it to access your websites or personal information. The keys are useless until paired with each company's website. There is nothing to hack, nothing that can be altered, and no risk. Second: this is a very new product, and perhaps the initial shipping/packaging materials were temporarily sub-par. The unit I received today was nicely packaged, as would be a typical Amazon "Frustration Free" product. It came in a small brown cardboard box, with a paper tamper evident seal, and a slide-out sleeve. The package includes the key (in a cut-out custom foam surround, a short USB A to micro USB cable, and a pairing guide.
Setting it up was trivially easy, and both the Bluetooth pairing and FIDO pairing worked on the first try. I can't comment on the ruggedness of the key, since I just got it, but personally, I wouldn't put it directly on a key ring with keys, in a pocket, as this would probably beat up the device over time. Attaching it to a key ring by using a second ring to extend it out from the keys and allow more twisting motion would probably help, However, if you want a nearly indestructible key, get a YubiKey.