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  • U2F Zero Driver Coming To Linux 5.2 - USB Device For Two-Factor Authentication / HW RNG

    Phoronix: U2F Zero Driver Coming To Linux 5.2 - USB Device For Two-Factor Authentication / HW RNG

    While the U2F Zero has already been superseded by the "Solo" FIDO2 security key, this USB-based U2F token for two-factor authentication is finally seeing mainline support come Linux 5.2...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...iver-Linux-5.2

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    It needs to be filled with epoxy to be tamper-proof like the IronKey USB drive which is encrypted, tamper-proof, and carries a MIL-STD certification.

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    • #3
      I think it's amazing companies like Collabora exists, so other companies can contract them to develop open source stuff for them, we have several examples of that, with Intel drivers, Panfrost (although I don't know if someone is paying for that), Wayland and other stuff

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      • #4
        Originally posted by uid313 View Post
        It needs to be filled with epoxy to be tamper-proof like the IronKey USB drive which is encrypted, tamper-proof, and carries a MIL-STD certification.
        can be done for cheap

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        • #5
          Originally posted by uid313 View Post
          It needs to be filled with epoxy to be tamper-proof like the IronKey USB drive which is encrypted, tamper-proof, and carries a MIL-STD certification.
          MIL-STD certification is completely out of line with the needs for this. For the rest, print your own case and fill it with epoxy. Or be rad and use a clear epoxy on the board and components so you can still see it, but will be all protected. After all, it's fully F/OSS hardware & software! What's wrong with a little DIY?

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