Fido U2F Security Key
Fido U2F security key is an open authentication standard that enables internet users to securely access web services. Fido U2F key authentication enables password-only logins to be replaced with secure and fast login experiences across websites and apps.
It offers a strong 2F and MF authentication to your online account. It secures you against password theft, phishing, hacking or key-logging scams. FIDO2 is the latest generation of the U2F protocol.
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What is FIDO Authentication?
It is Authentication based on free and open standards from the FIDO Alliance Fast Online Identity. The alliance help reduce the world’s over-reliance on passwords.
TrustSec FIDO U2F Advantages
Strong security — Strong two-factor or multi-factor authentication that protects the users against multiple types of cyber-attacks as phishing, session hijacking, man-in-the-middle, and malware attacks.
Ease of use: Easy to use as it supports many platforms and browsers including Chrome, Opera, and Mozilla, allowing instant authentication to unlimited number of services.
Computability: The U2F key can be used on any websites which support U2F protocol with the latest Chrome installed on your Windows, Mac OS or Linux.
Digital identity: it is possible to bind your U2F Security Key to your real government issued identity to be used as a proof for organizations that require a higher level of identity assurance.
Multifunction: Allows users to choose and manage their online identity over unlimited number of services. Also, a user can use multiple identities, including anonymous, with no personal information associated with the identity.
User information privacy no information are stored on the service provider’s platform, as U2F Security Key generates a new pair of keys for every service, and only the service stores the public key.
FIDO U2F Certified: Certified by world’s largest Ecosystem for Standards-based, interoperable Authentication.
Tokens are gadgets used to carry an encrypted message that ensures that just the receiver of the message will be able to access it, and they are aimed to everyone which has the interest of keeping their information away from cyberattacks.
Multi-factor authentication is a series of phases of authentication that have the purpose of ensuring the highest security possible.
There are three main types of authentication, which are pin, piece of hardware, and biometrical, two-factor authentication consists in two of those three main types of authentications.
FIDO2 is a standard for online authentication, created by the FIDO Alliance, which works with W3C and FIDO Client to Authenticator.