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[Google.com] Google Titan Security Keys

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[Google.com] Google Titan Security Keys

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$35 USD
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saw this on Engadget deals, code works on Google's Canadian store also

use code B-TITAN35OFF for $35 USD off ($46.32 CAD)

after shipping and tax the Titan Security Key bundle came to $26.75 for me
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Mar 7, 2010
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Thanks op
Got 1
26 bucks I will buy one and try but not 65 bucks hahahaha
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Dec 26, 2010
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Seems like it's limited to 1 per order. If I didn't already have yubikeys I would jump on it
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What websites/services, besides Google, can these be used with?
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jarfgames wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 9:42 pm
What websites/services, besides Google, can these be used with?
"The Titan Security Key bundle works with all Google phones, Chromebooks, tablets and anything running Google Chrome."

Seems like anything that can use Google Chrome
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How exactly does this work? What's the use case?
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I understand what devices they are compatible with but I presume only a select number of websites/services are actually compatible with this beyond Google services like Gmail.
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I looked into it and it seems not that many, it needs to have something called FIDO. You can use the link below. I'm still uncertain if its worth the 30$ yet, considering I don't care that much about it. 2FA bothers me enough most of the time...If I could perma plug this into my PC and never have to use 2FA I'd grab it, but it would need to work on most sites.
deleted- use link below its better
Last edited by ryokoseigo on Dec 10th, 2019 10:05 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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ryokoseigo wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 9:49 pm
I looked into it and it seems not that many, it needs to have something called FIDO. You can use the link below. I'm still uncertain if its worth the 30$ yet, considering I don't care that much about it. 2FA bothers me enough most of the time...If I could perma plug this into my PC and never have to use 2FA I'd grab it, but it would need to work on most sites.

https://www.dongleauth.info/#
Your website seems outdated. This updated site is: https://twofactorauth.org/
$35/5GB - Koodo
$70 Huawei P20 - Koodo
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Feb 1, 2017
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Oh wow thanks, that makes this seem a bit more worthwhile. Allthough looking at reviews I'm seeing a lot of problems mentioned, like twitter no longer working on mobile if you don't use the app, which would be super annoying if stuff like that happened. No clue if that specific thing is still a problem, but it happening at all would be super annoying to be locked out of an app while on the go due to incompatibility.
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Thanks OP. I was reading about sim swaps the other day, 3 articles in I was ready to cough up $60 for one of these keys from Amazon. Good thing I waited a few more days.
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I think this key is only for email and some others login so far
Sim swaping are differebt
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Feb 11, 2019
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Thank's OP... Need one... and at this price, it's very good ;)

Total Price (Quebec) ---> $27.21
Last edited by Keenoz on Dec 10th, 2019 10:19 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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