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Yubico: Buy Two YubiKey 5 Series Keys, Get $20 Off or Security Key NFC EXPIRED

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Yubico has its Security Key NFC on sale for $13.50. Shipping is $4 or shipping is free with the purchase of 2 keys. Thanks august_leo

Yubico is also offering $20 Off when you purchase Two YubiKey 5 Series Keys. Shipping is free when you purchase 2 keys.

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Yubico is offering Black Friday sale on Yubikeys. Any 2 Yubikeys 5 series will fetch $20 off. Yubikey security key NFC can be availed at 50% off ($13.50). Shipping fee starts at $4 and is free when you order 2 keys or more.

Additional notes:
  • Yubikey security key NFC 2-pack is available for $24.50.
  • Chase Freedom credit card user can avail additional 5% cashback when paying via PayPal.
  • Additional 20% education discount code can be obtained by signing up with a *.edu email address here [yubico.com]. Disable any ad-block to see the link to sign up.

https://www.yubico.com/store/black-friday/
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BrightPenguin8289 asked this question on 11-23-2020 at 06:49 PM

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Quote from august_leo :
I was able to get the discount code instantly and was able to stack the discount. I got two Yubikey 5C NFC for $72 + tax.
how did you make it work?
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Which one are you guys getting and how much are you paying?

Also, t looks that YubiKey 5 NFC (for usb-a) has exposed contacts that could wear out over time. Is this a concern?
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Here is a catalog showing which hardware each service supports: https://www.yubico.com/works-with...y/catalog/
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does anyone know if the sale is on yubiokey 5 series with buy 2 and get $20 off
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Quote from AlexanderA3690 :
For anyone who really thinks this way, let me give you a 30,000ft view of why this is wrong:

Which of the following passwords is easiest to memorize?

1. "SlickDeals2020"
2. "4 God So Loved The World"
3. "3!dFi&m_udhUfhhaAEJ75jf@HbzOpm37lauma_25381047361"

You've probably answered #1 or #2. Security professionals (hackers by another name) have tools that generate passwords. Without getting into the details, it would be beyond trivial to crack password #1. Password #2 would take longer, but since it is a passage in a popular book, the time it would take to crack it is reduced. Either one should take less than 1 day to compromise. (The first should take less than 10 minutes)

Password #3 is sufficiently random and has a very long length. It would take even the best known supercomputers *years* to crack that password. That makes it the best password of the 3, but obviously the most difficult to memorize.

That's what a passsword manager like LastPass, 1Password, Keychain with a YubiKey is for. You can generate wildly complex pass phrases that make accessing your data out of reach for most would-be hackers and secure all of that data with a physical hardware device that stays in your possession.

Yes, I hear you: "I haven't done anything wrong; the govt isn't cracking my passwords;I don't care if they get into my acct" and so on. Cool, I get it. Do you. Just know that using your spouse's name and 4 digits makes you the low-hanging fruit for somebody learning how to hack, let alone someone who is competent at their job.
This is frankly, BS. No website or app is letting you try millions of passwords a second. More like 3-5 times total before locking you out. So maybe you have access to the backend where you can just throw a hash of the password directly at the authenticating agent? Well ,the salt is 512bits. No one has a rainbow table even up to 8 unicode characters. This is real life, not a movie.
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This is frankly, BS. No website or app is letting you try millions of passwords a second. More like 3-5 times total before locking you out. So maybe you have access to the backend where you can just throw a hash of the password directly at the authenticating agent? Well ,the salt is 512bits. No one has a rainbow table even up to 8 unicode characters. This is real life, not a movie.
Hmm I don't think its BS. Plenty of websites/companies get their passwords leaked. Assuming it wasn't in plaintext to begin with, an attacker could try to crack it at his leisure. Even salted, my (limited) understanding is you can still brute force a known password, just not easily via rainbow tables.

Quote from PurpleSparrow675 :
how did you make it work?
That is just the normal discount afaik. Its 70+tax for me just buy adding 2...
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duplicate post, not sure how to delete...
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This is frankly, BS. No website or app is letting you try millions of passwords a second. More like 3-5 times total before locking you out. So maybe you have access to the backend where you can just throw a hash of the password directly at the authenticating agent? Well ,the salt is 512bits. No one has a rainbow table even up to 8 unicode characters. This is real life, not a movie.
No one is brute-forcing passwords live against a website in any significant volume.
But attackers are stealing HASHED passwords daily from websites, and then using various attack methods directly against the hashes.
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So...did anyone get HALF their order? I ordered three 2-packs (blue NFC) and only received 3 keys.
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Thanks! Got a pair using using Racoo10 5% CB. Perfect with Bitwarden/Keepass.

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Thanks! Got a pair using using Racoo10 5% CB. Perfect with Bitwarden/Keepass.

Racoo10 LMAOLMAOLMAO
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