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Ability to use physical keys for 2-factor authentication


slamont

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I have been using 2FA from LastPass with Evernote (works great with pushes) and have been very happy with the configuration.  I have been reading a disturbing number of articles about people having their sim cards hijacked and have recently purchased a physical key (Google Titan).  As far as I know, this cannot be used with Evernote yet, but is that the final answer?  Does anyone know of a timeline when physical keys will be supported by Evernote?

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@Jordan Thompson We don't have any specific plans to add physical key support at this time. However, from the information you provided, it seems like a good feature request. In this case, I'm going to move this thread to the feature requests section where other users can voice their feedback and vote. We'll use the accumulated feedback/votes in our review of possible future feature additions/changes.

Also, feel free to reach out to me directly if you have any other questions! 

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16 hours ago, B10net said:

Where can i find the voting area.

Please provide a link. TYIA

These posts are now in the request forum.  
You can use the voting button in the top left corner of the discussion    Screen Shot 2017-01-29 at 6.31.04 AM.png

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On 10/1/2016 at 3:19 PM, Tiberius214 said:

I'm also interested in this. I would prefer U2F over an TOTP key from an authenticator app.

Me too, and U2F Keys cost about 8 Euro, other Yubikeys (FIDO2 etc.) about 60. I own one and would be glad, if Evernote added U2F.

U2F already supported by: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Bitwarden, LastPass, and more ...

See: http://www.dongleauth.info/

Evernote stands for security and has a lot of sensitive data stored. I'd appreciate if there is even further improvement by adding hardware authentication.

Thanks in advance! Michael

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This is by for my top request for evernote. Two factor authentication now is a pain and becomes a breeze with a these keys.

As mentioned, it's becoming industry standard (google, facebook, dropbox, ...)

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The first post was in 2014 and now it's 2019 and still no UTF?? Especially for a service that, more often than not, contains sensitive information? Please provide and update as to when this will be implemented, if at all. Otherwise great service.

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I agree with all the requests here.  Many of us keep sensitive information on Evernote and having support for a Physical Security Key is essential in this day and age.  This is a critical feature and will eventually lead me to move to a competitive product if one emerges which support this.  

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