[Cryptography] 2nd facet Google security with dongle

Kyle Butt kyle at iteratee.net
Thu Sep 23 11:01:32 EDT 2021

On 9/22/21 10:33 AM, Dan Kolis wrote:
> Thiese USB or clickable dongles at $20 to $40 each seem a possible 
> resource in a security patch up / fixup plan.
> I'd be curious how they can be used beyond Win-Doze and Google cloud 
> stuff, though that might be a good start for some 2nd auth processes.
I use mine for github on linux.
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFkrfPH289I 
> <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFkrfPH289I>
> For instance, enabling them in a sandbox so keycaps don't get a sniff, 
> then off to the consumer computers.
Are you referring to keyloggers? The devices are smart cards that hold a 
private key and sign a request. There aren't any keys to log. The more 
expensive ones can hold ssh and gpg keys.
> Regs
> Old Dan
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