Dropbox To Support Intel Kaby Lake U2F Authentication, But It’s No Security Panacea

Dropbox To Support Intel Kaby Lake U2F Authentication, But It’s No Security Panacea

Dropbox announced that it will support the Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) second-factor authentication protocol on computers that use Intel’s Kaby Lake chips. Dropbox had already enabled support for U2F “security keys,” but this solution is meant to be …
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