There are several applications and services that many of us use weekly, and in most cases, daily — Gmail, Facebook, Dropbox, a password manager — and the good news is that all of these support the YubiKey for strong authentication. And now, there is one more to add to the list!
As of last month, Twitter users can now protect their accounts with FIDO U2F two-factor authentication using a YubiKey or Security Key by Yubico. This new feature is now available to all Twitter users for both personal and business accounts.
Find out in the video below how to secure your Twitter account with the YubiKey:
Find out below other ways to get started with your YubiKey:
Google: Fun fact. Google was the first web service to support the use of U2F and YubiKeys. See how to get started with Google and the YubiKey here.
Facebook: Don’t make the mistake of overlooking the need to protect this social media account. Facebook contains a lot of personally identifiable information that can be used to advance a hacker’s efforts. See how to get started with Facebook and the YubiKey here.
Dropbox: Whether you’re sharing vacation photos or business documents, make sure your files stay safe from prying eyes. See how to get started with Dropbox and YubiKey here.
Password Managers: Did you know that the YubiKey works with 17 password managers? See how to get started with your favorite password manager and the YubiKey here.