FIDO security keys are small USB dongles that enable secure login to websites and applications supporting FIDO2 WebAuthn and classic FIDO (U2F) standards.
T2F2-TypeC is the USB Type C version of our popular T2F2 model.
Token2 T2F2 security key combines hardware-based authentication, public-key cryptography, HOTP, U2F, and FIDO2 protocols to protect your accounts. This type of security devices provides the highest level of multi-factor authentication of user accounts with Twitter, Facebook, Gmail, GitHub, Dropbox, Dashlane, Salesforce, Duo, Centrify and hundreds more HOTP, U2F, and FIDO2 compatible services.
No additional tools or applications are required and the login process is simple and reliable. Just insert the Security Key into a USB slot and authenticate with a simple touch. T2F2-TypeC comes with a USB-A adapter so you can use the same key with devices with USB-Type-A slots. The T2F2 security key does not require a battery nor network connectivity so it is always on and accessible.
Token2 T2F2-TypeC key is certified by the FIDO® Alliance (Level1 certification)
T2F2-TypeC comes as a package that includes the FIDO2 Security key itself, a USB-A adapter and a detachable rope loop allowing to comfortably carry the key and the adapter on your keychain and quickly detach when you need to use it.
You can attach both the security key and the USB adapter to the same rope look and have a universal, easy to carry, FIDO2 key that would work for both TypeC and TypeA ports.
Kindly note that attaching the key directly to your keyring is not recommended as it may damage the case.
||Capacitive sensor-type integrated touch-button
(on the top of the key)
||FIDO U2F + FIDO2.1 WebAuthn + HOTP (HID Emulation)
|Embedded security algorithm
||ECDSA , SHA256, AES, HMAC, ECDH
|| USB Type-C + USB-A (adapter included)
||FIDO 2.1 FT
|Maximum FIDO2.1 Resident keys
||At least 10 years
||-10℃ - 50℃
||-20℃ - 70℃
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