RT @flamsmark: Today I finally get to talk about something I've been working on literally since the 📅 beginning of the year. 🦁 @Brave now has hardware U2F & WebAuthn security key support on iOS. Hello secure cross-platform 🔒 authentication.
RT @brave: We’re excited to partner with @Yubico to bring YubiKey support to Brave for iOS. Brave’s support for YubiKey 5Ci security keys will be on demo at @Identiverse in Washington, D.C. this week (June 25-28), so stop by the Yubico booth (#417) for a live look. https://t.co/7WqdGRwQvT
MetaCert's browser-based security integration, which takes 30 seconds to install, solves the very same problem.
We need more innovation in this space.
Congrats to @Yubico - getting integration deals closed isn't easy. 💪 https://t.co/fjS4YV8soC
He's authenticating a GitHub account, which is just one example of a site that allows 2 factor auth with hardware tokens like yubikey.
I personally use yubikey with my password manager, github, and a couple bank accounts.
edit: more info on what works with yubikey here: https://www.yubico.com/works-with-yubikey/
Very cool crytoJennie..and it's nice to see we got a little exposure on Yahoo Finance with a statement from our CEO that was in the body of a Yubico press release that went out on businesswire.
Brendan Eich, CEO and Co-Founder, Brave Software
“Security and privacy are the core values of the Brave browser. Phishing-resistant multi-factor authentication is a critical part of a resilient online ecosystem, and it’s important for us to make sure we are providing our users with the best tools to protect their private information and secure their accounts. We’re thrilled to now offer Yubikey integration with our browser. Partnering with Yubico on the Lightning Private Preview Program has given us the hardware support to take our users’ security to the next level. We’re excited to see Yubico open source their SDKs and for the program to move to the next phase.”