Yubico – YubiKey 5 NFC – Two Factor Authentication USB and NFC Security Key, Fits USB-A Ports and Works with Supported NFC Mobile Devices – Protect Your Online Accounts with More Than a Password
- SECURITY KEY: Protect your online accounts against unauthorized access by using 2 factor authentication with the Yubico YubiKey 5 NFC security key. It’s the world’s most protective USB and NFC security key that works with more online services/apps than any other.
- FIDO: The YubiKey 5 NFC is FIDO 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, Dashlane, 1Password, accounts and more.
- FITS USB-A PORTS: Once registered, each service will request you to insert the YubiKey PC security key into a USB-A port and tap to gain access. NFC-ENABLED: Also get touch-based authentication for NFC supported Android and iOS devices and applications. Just tap & go!
- DURABLE AND SECURE: Extremely secure and durable, YubiKeys are tamper resistant, water resistant, and crush resistant. The YubiKey 5 NFC USB is designed to protect your online accounts from phishing and account takeovers. Proudly made in the USA.
- MULTI-PROTOCOL SUPPORT: The YubiKey USB authenticator 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.
The YubiKey 5 NFC is the world’s most protective security key that works with more online services and applications than any other security key. Usernames and passwords are not enough to protect your accounts. Using a security key as a form of two-factor authentication is a simple and proven method for locking down your accounts and keeping them secure. Secure your login and protect your account with hundreds of services like Gmail, Facebook, Skype, Outlook, LastPass and more. This YubiKey deliv
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