Swissbit iShield FIDO2 Hardware Authenticator

Swissbit iShield FIDO2 Hardware Authenticator

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Swissbit iShield FIDO2 Hardware Authenticator offers simple, secure, and flexible authentication and protects users against online attacks, such as phishing, social engineering, and account takeover. This authenticator features robust hardware-based authentication using asymmetric private/public-key cryptography. These replace weak password-based authentication and security key with single-chip for increased security. The iShield FIDO2 Hardware Authenticator has various security options for any FIDO2 compatible service, like single factor (passwordless), two-factor (2FA), or multi-factor authentication (MFA). This plug n play product is ready to use with hundreds of FIDO2/U2F enabled services (incl. Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Amazon Web Services, and many more). The iShield FIDO2 has FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F/CTAP1) and FIDO2 Level 1 certifications.

Features

  • Works with FIDO2 and U2F compatible enabled services, like Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Amazon Web Services, etc
  • Supports FIDO2 and U2F standards
  • Public and private key cryptography security
  • Durable security key with fully molded, robust, and water-proof housing
  • Touch-and-go authentication with NFC for mobile devices
  • Touch authentication for USB-A interface
  • -25°C to 70°C extended operating temperature range
  • Supports Windows® 10, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, and Android operating systems
  • Supports Firefox, MS Edge, Google Chrome, Apple Safari browsers

Specifications

  • Mechanical details:
    • 51.5mm x 18.5mm x 6mm dimensions
    • Blue thermoplastic polyamide (PA) with a matte finish
    • Rear touch sensor and keychain hole
    • Water-resistant and robust construction
  • Form factor/device type:
    • CCID smartcard, FIDO2 HID device
  • FIDO universal 2nd factor (U2F/CTAP1) and FIDO2 level 1 certifications

more information: https://www.swissbit.com/en/products/ishield-fido2/

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