Support for Hardware token (YubiKey) for Multi-factor Authentication

I would like to see support for modern protocols that can use a hardware token, such as a YubiKey, for Multi-factor Authentication. It would be much faster than looking up the code from an app on another device and manually typing it in.

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+1 : and now some characters to satisfy the 20 character minimum post size…

I would also like to see Synco MFA work with YubiKeys.

SSO to Office 365 and/or OAuth, SAML… Then you can take advantage of Conditional access, auditing, different kinds of MFA… Do not waste time on implementing additional MFA types.

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I also would like to see MFA with YubiKey

AzureAD SSO and SAML are both excellent suggestions, but implementing FIDO2/U2F hardly constitutes a waste of time.

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Another vote for Yubikey support.

This is definitely a feature that would be HUGE! Especially with everything that is going on right now <Cyber-warfare, increased attacks on US companies, and OKTA breach>

To add to the Yubikey feature request… PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE allow multiple hardware keys to be applied, instead of just 1 or 2.

This is the only platform that we use that does not support the use of these keys. It would be greatly appreciated from us and from our clients.

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^^^^ THIS ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^

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I would like to add our support for this as well.

+1 for hardware keys

+1 for SSO integration.

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+1 for Azure SSO integration.

Implement Azure SSO integration…and our laptops, mobiles and desktops suddenly become the hardware tokens :wink:

After that consider hardware tokens such as yubikey

+1 to hardware keys. Honestly surprised FIDO2 isn’t already supported.

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second this, we are a yubikey shop. highly recommended.

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This will be on pause until the migration to AWS is complete. After that’s done, we can push again. I’d love to do 365 Conditional Access and/or Yubikey.