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YubiKey Security Key
The new YubiKey Bio series is now on sale
YubiKey Bio security keys are designed to provide secure biometric authentication. They offer excellent hardware security combined with a new user interface.
YubiKey 5 is the world’s first security keys with support for multiple strong authentication protocols. The keys include full support for one-time passwords (OTP), smart card mode, OpenPGP, FIDO U2F, FIDO2 and other protocols. YubiKey 5 series keys work quickly and reliably with most online services.
The YubiKey Bio series supports biometric authentication using fingerprint recognition for secure and easy login without a password. Built primarily for desktop computers, it offers robust biometric authentication options and excellent hardware security combined with a new user interface.
YubiKey Security Key
These security keys now work with NFC, enabling strong hardware-based authentication with desktops, laptops and mobile devices. Supports FIDO U2F and FIDO2 protocols. Keep your Google, Microsoft, Facebook, GitHub, Dropbox, Dashlane, Twitter, Salesforce, Duo, Centrify, and hundreds of other online services secure.
The YubiKey FIPS series is designed for enterprises with strict requirements for the level of information security. This is a series of NIST-approved hardware security keys that meet the highest assurance level (AAL3) specified by the new NIST rulebook SP800-63B. The YubiKey FIPS series consists of four models with USB-A or USB-C interfaces.
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Smart cards have been very popular for many years as a reliable means of identification, authentication, and authorization in businesses and educational institutions. They come in a variety of form factors: from a SIM card on a phone to a plastic card. However, if you...
OTP passwords are one-time passwords (the origin of OTP is from English one time password) that are used for one authentication session. Their effect is usually limited by time. You may have received such codes by phone or mail when trying to access online banking or...