TrustSec FIDO2 Token
TrustSec FIDO2 Token is the latest state of the art technology that TrustSec offers. Fido2 tokens are easy and fast authentication that secure all major browsers and operating systems, this is the best technology TrustSec has, to protect any individual, company or government.
TrustSEc FIDO2 Token specification is designed to protect the user’s privacy. For this reason, no information is passed on that could give a hint about further web activities. Furthermore, in MFA Fido2 Tokens biometric data never leaves the user device.
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Why security specifications like FIDO2 is Essential?
FIDO2 technology provides a secure form of two-factor authentication, As it adds encryption with FIDO2 keys as well as an additional FIDO2 token (hardware) to the usual username password login. Furthermore, Fido2 Tokens allow secure authentication with completely password-free usage.
What both options have in common is that they eliminate the standard user login with user name and password, which isn’t considered the most secure. Simple two-factor authentications protects users communications and interaction from typical attack patterns as man-in-the-middle attacks and phishing from succeeding and taking over the user’s account.
In Fido2 Tokens, login will only work with the respective hardware token or private key, which is bound to dedicated hardware.
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Why TrustSec FIDO2 Token ?
TrustSec provides two and multifactor authentication Fido2 Tokens.
- Eliminates account takeovers and delivers strong phishing defence
- Enables secure web and mobile app login across all major operating systems such as iOS, Android, Windows 10, and Linux, and across all major browsers
- Provides strong passwordless, phishing resistant strong two-factor and multi-factor authentication
- Durable and portable design
- Easy and secure authentication
Fido2 Technical Specification
|System||Windows, macOS, Linux||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Browser||Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari||Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari|
|Functions||FIDO U2F, FIDO2, OATH HOTP(optional)||FIDO U2F, FIDO2, OATH HOTP(optional)|
|Algorithm||SHA256, AES, HMAC, ECDH, ECDSA||SHA256, AES, HMAC, ECDH, ECDSA|
|Size||44.7×16.0x9.0 (mm)||63.7x19x11.6 (mm)|
|Protocol||CTAPHID, HID Keyboard, CCID (optional), NFC (optional), BLE(optional)||CTAPHID, HID Keyboard, CCID (optional), NFC (optional), BLE(optional)|
|Data Retention||≥10 years||≥10 years|
|Rewrite Cycle||≥100,000 times||≥100,000 times|
|Indicator Light||White, Blue (Optional)||White, Blue (Optional)|
|Material||AL, PC||AL, PC|
|Certificate||CE, FCC, RoHS, WEEE, FIDO2 L1||CE, FCC, RoHS, WEEE, BQB, FIDO2 L1|
|Button Endurance||≥100,000 times||N/A|
|FP Sensor Resolution||N/A||508dpi|
|False Accept Rate||N/A||< 0.001%|
|False Reject Rate||N/A||< 1%|
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.