Somu – tiny FIDO2 security key

Somu – tiny FIDO2 security key

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A tiny FIDO2 security key for two-factor authentication and passwordless login

Somu is a tiny FIDO2 security key, that you can use on your Google, Twitter, Github account for two-factor authentication, or on your Microsoft account for passwordless login. Somu fits in your USB port, so you’ll never forget your key again.

Somu is the micro version of Solo. We were inspired to make a secure Tomu, so we took its tiny form factor, we added the secure microcontroller and firmware of Solo, et voilà! Here we have Somu

Like many other FIDO2 security keys on the market, Somu works seamlessly with your Google, Twitter, and GitHub accounts for two-factor authentication, or with your Microsoft account for passwordless login. Somu fits in your USB port, so you’ll never forget your key again. And FIDO2 / WebAuthn is now a web standard, so you don’t need any extension whatsoever, Somu just works on most operating systems and browsers.

This campaign is designed for hackers and makers who want to add FIDO2/WebAuthn to their website, develop secure webapps or learn more about STM32 development.During the campaign we sell Somu for $30 or less and offer FREE shipping everywhere for pledges of 3 Somu or more. Somu is ready for production and we’ll start manufacturing as soon as we reach the goal of $35k (and not at the end of the campaign), so hurry up and back Somu!

Pledges start from $25 and campaign has 50 days to go.

Mike is the founder and editor of Electronics-Lab.com, an electronics engineering community/news and project sharing platform. He studied Electronics and Physics and enjoys everything that has moving electrons and fun. His interests lying on solar cells, microcontrollers and switchmode power supplies. Feel free to reach him for feedback, random tips or just to say hello :-)

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