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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby RichE » Sun Jun 02, 2019 2:46 pm

+1 for U2F :!:
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby islander7788 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 12:49 am

1Password added support for U2F recently, it's a shame that LastPass is the last one add support for it.
https://blog.1password.com/introducing- ... rity-keys/
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby swisschris » Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:15 am

Seriously considering switching to 1Password after many many years with Lastpass...
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Google Titan / Fido U2F

Postby tim812 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 11:40 am

Now that it's supported by all popular browsers, why is this not a feature? I believe we're due an explanation because if I'm not mistaken, you stated that this would become a feature once all major browsers support it. Thanks
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby aglozier608 » Fri Jun 28, 2019 10:58 am

I am a long time paid LastPass customer and I been asking for a couple of year's. My wife and I have multiple Fido keys (Google Titan & Fetian) and we would like to use them to secure our LastPass accounts.

In the past LastPass said they were waiting for more Browser to support Fido keys. The excuse is no longer valid. 1password has recently added Fido support (https://blog.1password.com/introducing-support-for-u2f-security-keys/). It's time for LastPass to do this.
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby daz10000 » Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:28 pm

+1 U2F. Adopted lastpass recently for family and considering rolling it out for work. Like the yubikey support but it's 2019 and shocked there's no u2f support. I can understand limitations on the phones but google has it working nicely for gmail - hope you're working on this, otherwise it's not barely more secure than last generation two factor solutions
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby kdel3421 » Tue Jul 02, 2019 1:28 pm

Please add support for Google Titan Security Key Support!
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby guydbt312 » Wed Jul 03, 2019 2:08 pm

Hi everybody,
I use a Festian Chipnet U2F, NFC & USB capable ...
It works perfectly on Google.

But, how to configure it in Latspass parameters, for double authentication, instead of Yubikey ?

And how to use it on my Umidigi F1 Android smartphone ?


Thans to all for paying attentioon, and answers !
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby jpenny84 » Wed Jul 03, 2019 3:55 pm

guydbt312 Wrote:Hi everybody,
I use a Festian Chipnet U2F, NFC & USB capable ...
It works perfectly on Google.

But, how to configure it in Latspass parameters, for double authentication, instead of Yubikey ?

And how to use it on my Umidigi F1 Android smartphone ?


Thans to all for paying attentioon, and answers !


LastPass does not support U2F at this time, but it is on their implementation roadmap.
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Re: support for plug-up fido-U2F Security Key

Postby iskh » Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:00 am

Hi,
Same as everybody else... @lastpass: please support open standards like U2F/FIDO2.
Please don't be the "last passon" to implement this.......

For potential users passing by... please check other services that support U2F/FIDO2... Cuz lastlass currently doesn't.

/iskh
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