- Works on application which supports U2F protocol
- Secured and strong authentication
- Tap and start working, No need of OTP or any sms/ mail verification process
- Driverless, Plug and Play device
- Metallic body makes it a robust enough for any physical damage
- High performance smartcard chip and on-board security encryption algorithms
- High performance smartcard chip and on-board security algorithms ensures high security level and effective performance
- Identifies as normal USB hardware device and can be used on standard USB port
- It doesn’t require any client software, middleware or traditional CA (certificate authority) mechanism
- Supports multiple OS, such as Windows, Linux and Mac OS
In this world of internet and cyber-attacks, even stronger and fully encrypted passwords cannot assure complete protection to your login account. You can think would be happen if somehow your password is leaked and someone sneaking to your private data, and personal information. By the moment you come to know, it will be really late.
To stop these kinds of threats, Google has stepped forward and issued login support to universal 2 factor user authentication using a hardware security key known as FIDO keys.
The FIDO protocols use standard public key cryptography techniques to provide stronger authentication. During registration with an online service, the user’s client device creates a new key pair. It retains the private key and registers the public key with the online service. Authentication is done by the client device proving possession of the private key to the service by signing a challenge. The client’s private keys can be used only after they are unlocked locally on the device by the user. The local unlock is accomplished by a user–friendly and secure action such as swiping a finger, entering a PIN, speaking into a microphone, inserting a second–factor device or pressing a button.
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The FIDO protocols are designed from the ground up to protect user privacy. The protocols do not provide information that can be used by different online services to collaborate and track a user across the services. Biometric information, if used, never leaves the user’s device.
||0 - 70 ℃
||-20 - 85 ℃
||USB 2.0 High speed support, compliant with 3.0
||32-bit Smartcard chip
||At least 100,000