Two-Factor Authentication Security Key

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Digital Protection The Old-Fashioned Way!

It works with a wide range of devices and services, though I was surprised how few I was using. Convenient & easy to use!! - Caleb Simpson

Why Buy Our Two-Factor Authentication Security Key?

✅KEY: 2FA with digital apps is still vulnerable, protect yourself the old-fashioned way with our Two-Factor Authentication Key! Even if they have your passwords or usernames, without it, they won’t be able to access your account. Alongside that it works with all FIDO compliant apps, what’s not to love?

✅CERTIFIED: Certified and works with Google Chrome and any FIDO-compliant application on Windows, Mac OS or Linux. Secure your login and protect your Gmail, Facebook, Dropbox, Outlook, LastPass accounts and more.

✅DURABLE: Alongside it’s digital protection from phishing attacks or SMS fraudulent tactics, it’s also physically durable with it being tamper resistant, water resistant & crush resistant. Proudly made in the USA!

✅VERSATILE: Includes NFC and has multi-protocol support including FIDO2, FIDO U2F, Yubico OTP, OATH-TOTP, OATH-HOTP, Smart card (PIV), OpenPGP, and Challenge-Response capability to give you strong hardware-based authentication.

💭 How To Use 💭

  • Step 1 - Log in to the service you want to secure and check if it supports security keys.
  • Step 2 - Go to security settings. Look for the option to add two-factor authentication or security keys. Setup instructions may vary.
  • Step 3 - Follow the instructions to register your key by plugging it in or tapping it on your device.
  • Step 4 - You’re now ready to use your key.

📋Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Does this work with Metamask

A: Yes, it works with all FIDO-compliant applications.

Q: Can this work as a regular nfc reader for our app installed on a phone without nfc?

A: No, it cannot.

Q: Can I use a single key across multiple devices?

A: Yes, you can.

Q: Does it work with vpn for people logging in from overseas into their US based accounts?

A: It depends on your VPN client whether it supports DFA/Key support.