U2F


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U2F

(Universal 2nd Factor) See FIDO.
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Recently Facebook announced support for FIDO U2F and YubiKey security keys to its 1.8 billion users.
Yubico will be demonstrating how a single YubiKey or FIDO U2F Security Key is used to secure the growing list of services supporting U2F, including Google, Dropbox, GitHub and many more.
Ifa users is enrolled to use a U2F key, other forms of authentication like SMS, OTP, and even the Google Authenticator app are disabled.
Here is how you can use a U2F key to access your Google account.
Yubico developed the YubiKey and co-created the FIDO U2F open authentication standard with the vision of a ubiquitous security key across the internet.
Yubico will be highlighting the companys partnership with Okta, the leading provider of identity for the enterprise, and new FIDO U2F support for Okta Adaptive MFA, incorporating the best authentication technology to help Okta users protect their accounts.
With integration for both One-Time Passwords (OTP) and FIDO U2F, users can securely and easily authenticate to Oktas Adaptive MFA platform using a Yubikey.
The FIDO Alliances U2F standard uses public key cryptography to add second factor authentication to online log-in services.
Amid growing consensus that password-based security needs to be improved, the FIDO U2F ecosystem, consisting of web browsers, applications, hardware authentication devices and authentication servers, offers online users easy, private and secure login to cloud services such as email, shopping, financial and social sites from both their desktop and mobile devices.