All you need to improve your online security!
Fido U2F is the standard now adopted by Google and others!
256-bit public-key encryption eliminates cloning.
Touch to prove you're really there! Stops internet hackers.
Green LED flashes for known-good websites.
Solid metal case can survive your keychain and pocket.
Solid metal case and solid security? Yes. Get it!
U2F Fido is an open authentication standard that enables internet users to securely access any number of online services, with one single device, instantly and with no drivers or client software needed.
Strong two-factor authentication, using public key crypto and with native support in the browser (starting with Chrome). Protects against phishing, session hijacking, man in the middle, and malware attacks.
Works out-of-the-box, enabling instant authentication to any number of services. No codes to re-type and no drivers or extensions to install. No long codes, no extra passwords, no numeric codes to be copied from one thing to another.
Choose, own and control your online identity securely. Everyone can choose to have multiple identities, including anonymous. We generate a new key pair for every service and the public key is only stored on the specific service it connects to. No secrets are shared among service providers.
Open standard backed by leading internet and financial services, including Google, Bank of America and 250 companies in the FIDO Alliance. U2F allows every service provider to be their own identity provider, or optionally let users authenticate through a federated service provider.
Service providers do not have to take the cost and support of secure distribution of U2F devices because they are common. There is no lock-in with U2F, but we know you'll love Akisec's security and superior quality.
For services requiring a higher level of identity assurance, services are being developed, both online and in the physical world, for tying your U2F device to your real identity.
We recommended users register at least two U2F devices with every service provider, which may optionally also provide the user with a backup code should a U2F device be misplaced.
Cancel the U2F security key rather than asking for passwords "back". Service providers can disable U2F access for any account with a few clicks. Once canceled, the key is useless until enrolled again.
Get yours today, and start using it now with any site that supports U2F Fido.