• First FIDO2 security key with biometric authentication (fingerprint)• Fingerprint data is stored and matched inside the key module and will never be revealed• The fingerprint registering application can be downloaded from Feitian's Official Website• Supports FIDO2 (WebAuthen and CTAP)• Now also supports FIDO2 and FIDO U2F
Protect online accounts against unauthorized access by using Two-factor Authentication with this Security Key. Works with Microsoft, Gmail, Facebook, Dropbox, Twitter and hundreds of other services. Extremely secure and durable – Feitian Security Key’s are tamper proof, water resistant, and crush resistant. Fits USB-A and USB-C computer ports and designed to stay in port | Fingerprint based authentication prevents any misuses of the Token from people other than authorized user. If you losing your Security Key, don’t worry it will cause no security risk at all. BioPass FIDO2 is designed and developed to encrypt, store and protect your fingerprint data. FEITIAN BioPass FIDO2 Security Key is built on the FIDO2 specifications which are issued and promoted by the FIDO Alliance to drive and enable a real password-less multi-factor authentication. For enterprise businesses who use passwords today and have a shared PC environment, security keys for Windows and Azure AD accounts provide a more seamless way for employees to authenticate without entering a username or password. Unlike passwords, using the FEITIAN BioPass FIDO2 Security Key brings lower IT management costs, provides improved productivity, and enhanced security and privacy for both employees and employers. With a simple touch, the built-in sensor quickly verifies your fingerprint and automatically unlocks your device, allowing easy access to information stored within your account. The embedded security chip of the FEITIAN BioPass FIDO2 Security Key includes an advanced security architecture which was designed and developed to encrypt, store and protect your fingerprint data. Once enrolled, your fingerprint data is used only to verify that it matches the enrolled fingerprint data. It isn't possible for someone to reverse engineer your actual fingerprint image from this stored data because it never leaves the secure element.