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Yubico and LastPass bring NFC-based two-factor authentication to the iPhone


YubiKey NEO

YubiKey NEO

Have you wished that the iPhone supported hardware-based two-factor authentication? If you’re a LastPass user, that dream is now a reality.

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Today sees a new LastPass update being pushed out to iOS that enables users to log in to their LastPass Premium, Families, Teams and Enterprise accounts on their iPhone using the same Yubico YubiKey NEO hardware authentication key that they use on their desktop, laptop, or Android device.

Rather than having to remember a passphrase, users can simply tap they YubiKey NEO on the iPhone to authenticate.

The update requires iOS 11 or higher running on an iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X.

​Using the YubiKey NEO on the iPhone with LastPass

Using the YubiKey NEO on the iPhone with LastPass

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