|Item model number||Y-002|
|Item Weight||0.106 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.77 x 0.71 x 0.12 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.77 x 0.71 x 0.12 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||July 22, 2014|
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- Hardware authentication token for secure login with two-factor authentication
- Can be configured for Yubico OTP, OATH, Challenge-Response, Static Password
- Identifies as a USB keyboard; no client software or drivers needed
- Form factor fits nicely on a keychain
- Manufactured in USA and Sweden
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Yubico's first, most cost-efficient and best-selling device offers the “core” set of features which is shared by all the other YubiKeys. The YubiKey Standard fits nicely on a keychain and can be used with many services and any computer with a USB port.
Using Yubico's personalization tools, the YubiKey Standard can be configured for use with Yubico One-Time Password (OTP), OATH-HOTP, HMAC-SHA1 Challenge-Response, and Static Password. The YubiKey Standard can hold two independent configurations of any supported type.
Slot 1: Yubico OTP
Slot 2: Blank
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I do wonder if the smaller version that doesn't stick out of the USB slot as far would have been a better option. If you are on the fence, do think about how mobile you want to be with this plugged in. I remove it whenever I move my laptop because I don't want to snag it on something and damage the yubikey or the computer/port.
I'm using this on a MacBook Pro. No problems at all.
For second key function, standard version use 2 seconds push and release but Neo use hold it until it type. I like the way Neo use and confuse sometime when I use standard version. Neo also support U2F and can use with Google Authentication and useful to login your google account from public computers. Neo can hold Google authenticator data and can be read in any NFC capable phone with password.
If you want to improve your security, I strongly recommend it. Hiro.
I feel safe surfing with my Yubico Standard plugged-in on my Chromebook and Chromebox.
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I'd heard about YubiKey's a couple of years ago and decided to have a look at the services that integrate with it. Fortunately the majority of the services I wanted to lock down - billing system, LastPass etc all worked out of the box with a YubiKey.
All you need to do is turn on Two Factor Authentication in your service, plugin the device, touch it, and off you go!
It's a small USB device with a small gold disc that you touch to generate a one time code. It's strong and despite its small size, has survived (so far!) several months of being dropped into bags and pockets.
All in all, it's a great device and well worth having - it's a joy to setup and certainly gives me peace of mind.
There are other versions available, including one with Near Field Communication to work with mobile phones and tablets, but I decided that seen as I have my laptop with me all the time, for me, the extra cost wasn't worth it.
It worked straight away with my Apple MacBook 13.3-inch Laptop (Intel core_i5 2.6GHz, 8GB RAM, 128GB Memory, Mac OS X) and just shows up as a keyboard on all devices so doesn't require any drivers or software installing.
Also - if I lose the Yubikey I can still get into Lastpass on my laptop. Likewise if I lose my laptop I can still use the Yubikey on any other PC. Just have to make sure I don't lose both!
Gives me the feeling that my data is well secured.
This key is amazingly easy to setup, works with 2FA ssh login on Linux (some config needed, but amazingly good at keeping script kiddies off your webserver.)
Allows a 2FA login to windows ( great for my personal laptop).
You can store a static password on this.
Kept it on my keys, the weight (when it was plugged in) caused the device to bend and it caused intermittent USB problems as a result.
If this dies (mine hasn't), you would be locked out of windows / linux ssh forever.
I must run as administrator for the Personalisation Tool to see the Yubikey. No prompt to do this, I had to contact Yubico to find out. I also need to run the Password manager as an administrator which is a problem for other users on a family computer. Works OK within these constraints
Not the swept up experience I was hoping for.