FIDO2 Card for authentication

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The  Cryptnox FIDO2 smartcard is a hardware based authenticator based on the corresponding open authentication standards from the FIDO Alliance.
It can connect to mobile phones and computers via NFC communication as well as compatible contact smartcard readers.
It is Level 1 certified.


Two factor authentication

As more and more websites implement the FIDO2 standard, experience ultimate protection against phishing and unauthorized access with a Cryptnox FIDO2 Card as security key for second factor authentication. 

Microsoft Windows Sign In

With Microsoft 365, register your Cryptnox FIDO2 card as a physical security key on your account and use it to sign in.

Use as AppleID Security Key

Provide ultimate security to your Apple ID account by registering at least two Cryptnox FIDO2 cards on your iPhone as physical security keys.

Secure your authentication

Passwordless authentication

With passwordless and username-less login, FIDO2, you can enter the app without concern of ever losing your details. Keep safe without the need to save copies of your login details.

Device Admin with the FIDO2 Card Manager app

Cryptnox provides a mobile application  (IOS only) for the management of your Cryptnox Fido2 Card. Easily check its authenticity, set or change pin, and reset your card easily if required, with an intuitive and user friendly interface.

Frequently asked questions

The Cryptnox FIDO2 Card is a hardware-based authenticator that supports the FIDO2 open authentication standard. It provides two-factor authentication, allowing users to securely access compatible systems.  No need for software installation, it is natively supported by major operating systems.

The card connects to mobile phones and computers through Near Field Communication (NFC) or via compatible contact smart card readers. This enables a secure connection for authentication purposes without requiring any physical contact.

The Cryptnox FIDO2 Card is Level 1 certified and the secure chip used boasts a Common Criteria EAL6+ certification, ensuring compliance with high-security standards and offering robust protection against digital threats.

Yes, you can register your Cryptnox FIDO2 Card as a physical security key in your Microsoft account and use it to sign in. A Microsoft 365 business subscription is required.

You can enhance your Apple ID security by registering at least two Cryptnox FIDO2 Cards on your iPhone as physical security keys, offering additional protection against unauthorized access.

The FIDO2 Card enables passwordless and username-less logins, allowing you to access applications without the concern of ever losing your login details. This approach eliminates the need for saving copies of your credentials, enhancing security and convenience. This functionality is only available on websites that allow it.

FIDO2 enhances online security by allowing users to authenticate without passwords, reducing the risk of phishing and credential theft. It uses cryptographic keys for secure logins.

The FIDO2 Card is designed to be compatible with major browsers and operating systems that support the FIDO2 protocol. This includes recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari on platforms like Windows and macOS.

In the event of loss, it is crucial to have a backup authentication method configured or a second FIDO2 Card registered to your accounts. Contact the support team of the website where your access is lost for assistance on the recovery of your accounts.

Typically, FIDO2 cards are registered to a single user account for security purposes. However, businesses can deploy these cards to employees for secure access to work accounts and systems, with each card individually registered.

Setup involves registering a card with each service or application that supports FIDO2 authentication. Follow the FIDO2 startup guide for seamless integration, and also check the instructions on the website where you intend to use it.

FIDO2 is often considered more secure than traditional two-factor authentication methods like SMS or email codes because it uses localized data storage and encryption, reducing the risk of remote attacks.