Meet the YubiKey

The Multi-protocol YubiKey provides strong two-factor, multi-factor, and passwordless authentication.

The YubiKey can be easily used to secure access to a wide range of applications by adding a second authentication layer.

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Where can the YubiKey be used?

The YubiKey can be used to secure access to a wide range of applications, including remote access and VPN, password managers, computer login, FIDO2 U2F login (Gmail, GitHub, Dropbox, etc.), content management systems, popular online services, and much more.

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Why the YubiKey?

Prevent your account from being taken over by malicious actors by adding a second factor.

This prevents a hacker from logging into an account with just a username and password.

It works immediately, without the need to re-enter password codes from a device – replaces SMS messages, authenticator apps, outdated OTP tokens, and similar devices.

How can I use the YubiKey?

How can I set up the YubiKey?

Select your application with which you want to use your YubiKey below. You will be redirected to the application’s website to see the instructions. For a full list of supported applications, please refer to Yubico’s website.

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