Applications Supporting FIDO2/U2F Authentication

Google Accounts

Physical security keys can be used for 2-Step Verification to help you keep hackers out of your Google Accounts (Gmail, Google Apps, Google Maps, YouTube, Hangouts, etc.). You’ll be asked for your security key or another second step any time you sign in from a new computer or device.
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AOL

Hideez Key gets uniquely associated with your AOL account after you enable it. Each time you sign in with your password, you'll be prompted to approve access to your account using your key. This prevents anyone who doesn't have your security key device from gaining access to your account.
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AWS Single Sign-On

AWS SSO has native WebAuthn support to secure user access to AWS accounts and business applications using strong, FIDO-based multi-factor authentication. You can authenticate with a wide variety of FIDO-enabled authenticators - tap your Hideez Key, touch a fingerprint sensor on your Mac, or use facial recognition on your mobile device or PC.
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AWS Identity and Access Management

U2F security keys are a type of MFA device that you can use to protect your AWS resources. You can pair the key with your computer and enable it using the instructions that follow. Tap the key when prompted to securely complete the sign-in process.
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Basecamp

Basecamp supports WebAuthn for security keys and other authenticators as an alternative 2FA method. After you enable 2FA for your account using an authenticator app, you can also add a security key and use it as a 2FA method.
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Binance

Binance allows you to use security keys as a more secure method of 2FA in addition to the SMS and Google Authenticator options supported on the website and apps.
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Bitbucket

Bitbucket supports FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) in Bitbucket Cloud. You can simply press a button on your Hideez Key instead of having to enter a TOTP every time you want to log in to Bitbucket Cloud
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Cloudflare

Cloudflare supports security keys as a two factor authentication (2FA) method for all users in order to access their apps from various devices and browsers.
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Coinbase

Dedicated physical hardware authentication device offer more protection than other 2FA methods like SMS and soft token TOTP apps because the credentials don't need to be stored on a networked device.
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Dropbox

Dropbox supports Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) security keys as an additional method for two-step verification, giving you stronger authentication protection. U2F key can then be set up with your Dropbox account and any other U2F-enabled services.
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eBay

eBay app gives you access to a secure and convenient form of 2FA. Even if someone knows your password, 2 step verification provides an extra layer of security designed to prevent unauthorized access to your account.
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Facebook

Security keys are a method of two-factor authentication (2FA) that adds a layer of security to logging in to Facebook. Your security key can be used with other websites while also being used for your Facebook account.
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Gandi.net

You can use Hideez Key as a U2F device on Gandi.net. You can activate both security keys and TOTP at the same time to have the option of using either method. When you log in you will be asked for your security key first. If you don’t have your security key available you will be asked to provide a TOTP code.
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1Password

Two-factor authentication provides an extra layer of protection for your 1Password account. If you have a U2F-compatible security key, you can use it as a second factor in supported apps and browsers instead of a six-digit authentication code.
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Microsoft accounts

Microsoft turned on the ability to securely sign in with your Microsoft account using a standards-based FIDO2 compatible device - no username or password required! FIDO2 enables users to leverage standards-based devices to easily authenticate to online services - in both mobile and desktop environments.
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Twitter

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security for your Twitter account. Instead of only entering a password to log in, you’ll also enter a code or use Hideez key. This additional step helps make sure that you, and only you, can access your account.
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