Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby jonat » Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:53 pm

Support tells me the problem has been reproduced and sent to Development. I have no idea what kind of timeframe a fix might appear in. For now I disabled Yubikey and rely on other multifactor options.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby DwayneDibbley » Mon Feb 25, 2019 2:25 pm

Yes, I just had the same response from customer support.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby borkborkbork » Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:23 pm

Same thing here. I assumed it was Firefox because I noticed it after a Firefox update, but it also affects Chrome and Edge as well, so it is a problem with the lastpass extension.

It allows me to login, and bout three seconds later pops up the 'second factor' page.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby gurnec » Fri Mar 01, 2019 7:25 pm

For me anyways (Chrome on Windows 10), it's just a cosmetic bug, though it may not seem so. After entering my un&pw on a trusted PC, I get prompted for my YubiKey like everyone else here, however I can then put anything into the YubiKey prompt (e.g. a single "x", anything that's not blank) and I'll get logged in. It's annoying, but much less annoying than actually requiring a YubiKey for a trusted PC.

This doesn't affect untrusted PCs, for those a real YubiKey OTP is still required AFAICT.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby borkborkbork » Sun Mar 03, 2019 5:47 pm

So this has become very aggravating. To the point that I completely uninstalled all of Firefox and Chrome, rebooted, went into %appdata% and wiped all firefox, chrome, and lastpass data, rebooted, reinstalled Firefox, reinstalled the lastpass extension, and logged in with my Yubikey, being sure to select the '30 day' button.

Logged out of lastpass, closed firefox, logged out of windows. Logged back in, opened Firefox, logged into Lastpass, and after 3 or four seconds, it requests my Yubikey.

So it is distinctly broken.

Hey lastpass, are you going to fix this? I have been a premium subscriber ever since you introduced support for Yubikey.

Quite frankly, this is disappointing.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby jonat » Mon Mar 04, 2019 6:48 pm

Nobody from LastPass ever responds in this forum. File a support ticket like I did.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby stilina1976379 » Fri Mar 08, 2019 1:11 am

jonat Wrote:Support tells me the problem has been reproduced and sent to Development. I have no idea what kind of timeframe a fix might appear in. For now I disabled Yubikey and rely on other multifactor options.


I having exactly the same problem.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby lm1150 » Fri Mar 08, 2019 4:24 am

Same here, in Chrome.
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby CyberTears » Fri Mar 08, 2019 5:50 am

I have the same problem, this is disappointing bcuz i am a premium subscriber. :/
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Re: Yubikey MF Authentication - Computer not trusted

Postby ctammes131 » Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:43 pm

Same problem here with Ubuntu 18.04 and Chrome. The only solution is to keep my Yubikey connected.
Today I installed the new Lastpass app on OSX/Safari and now I have the same problem here. I tried everything, but no result.
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