January 6, 2015

10 CES 2015 ShowStoppers

Trying to kill off the password, Yubico’s YubiKey Neo and FIDO U2F Security Key devices offer two-factor authentication to login to online services. Although YubiKey has been around for a few years, it has the “first keys to support the public deployment of U2F-enabled Chrome browsers and Google Accounts.”

http://www.networkworld.com/article/2865284/microsoft-subnet/10-ces-2015-showstoppers.html

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