If you are a forward-looking person, you will like the Solo Tap . With USB C and NFC connectivity, and support for both FIDO U2F and FIDO2, the latter of which has extended functionality to increase use cases, it is a reasonably futureproofed option.
- Open source firmware
- Manufactured in italy
- Physical durability could be better
The CryptoTrust OnlyKey is an open source model that is PIN protected, so you don’t have to worry that someone could potentially access your accounts if you accidentally lose it. After 10 failed entry attempts, all of its data is completely wiped clean.
- Code is entered on the device
- Designed to be tamper resistant
- Buttons don't always register
HyperFido Pro Mini
Aptly named, the HyperFido Pro Mini is certainly tiny and doesn’t stick out too far when plugged into a computer. It can resist live intrusions, such as man-in-the-middle attacks, in addition to traditional phishing and hacking.
- Programmable hotp add-on
- Can connect to multiple accounts
- Led status light is overly bright
The one downside to most of these is that someone could, in theory, get their hands on one and use it to log into an account for which they know the original password, which is why the Kensington VeriMark incorporates a biometric fingerprint scanner.
- Facilitates fast sign-ins
- Cannot be reverse engineered
- Not compatible with macos
The Yubico Y-256 features NFC pairing for authentication on phones and tablets, and a bright blue color that makes it easy to spot when hunting for it in a messy desk drawer. It is also weatherproof and has a crush-resistant construction.
- Simply touch to authenticate
- Works with keeper and dashlane
- Comes in a tamper-evident package
Thanks to the inclusion of a USB C adapter, the Thetis Fido can be used with many mobile devices and won’t become obsolete if laptop makers choose to move on from Type-A ports. Despite that, it still comes for a budget-friendly price.
- Tough aluminum case
- Backed by a one-year warranty
- Limited app and protocol support
The Thetis BLE not only works on laptops with a Type-A USB socket, but also connects to smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth, so you can use it to unlock apps on every device you own. It is FIDO certified, but it doesn’t support the UAF or OTP protocols.
- Metal connector shield
- Ecdsa p-256 encryption
- Not compatible with email clients
Yubico YubiKey 5Ci
With a Lightning connector on one end, and a USB Type-C on the other, the Yubico YubiKey 5Ci is a versatile option that can be used with iPhones, as well as many other mobile devices and computers. It works with most services, including Gmail, Dropbox, Lastpass, and more
- Challenge-response capability
- Doesn't require any software
- Can be used with the brave browser
HyperFido Titanium Pro
With a near-indestructible metal build, there is practically no chance of the HyperFido Titanium Pro being damaged. It works with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems, and will help prevent you from becoming a victim of hacking, keylogging, or phishing attacks.
- Good for personal and corporate use
- Active status indicator light
- Compatible with oath hotp
Yubico YubiKey 5 NFC
With multi-protocol support, the Yubico YubiKey 5 NFC can be used on most legacy and modern systems. It comes from one of the developers of the Fast Identity Online Universal 2 Factor Authentication standard, and is both water- and crush-resistant.
- Also available in a nano option
- Convenient keychain hole
- Made in the united states