Yubikey NEO USB and NFC Auth Device
YubiKey NEO is a small USB device supporting multiple authentication and cryptographic protocols. With a simple touch, YubiKey protects access to computers, networks, and online services for everyone from individual consumers to the world's largest organizations. YubiKey NEO works on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux operating systems; and on major browsers.
- YubiKey NEO offers strong authentication via Yubico one-time passwords (OTP), FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F), and smart card (PIV, OpenPGP, OATH-TOTP, and OATH-HOTP) -- all with a simple touch of a button
- Works instantly with no need to re-type passcodes -- replacing SMS texts, authenticator apps, RSA tokens, and similar devices
- Identifies as a USB keyboard, smart card, and smart card reader -- no client software or drivers need to be installed, no batteries, no moving parts -- and works over USB or NFC
- Crush- and water-resistant, YubiKey NEO is practically indestructible during normal use -- weighs only 3g, and attaches to your keychain alongside your house and car keys
Note: If NFC is not required, we recommend you purchase the YubiKey 4 or YubiKey 4 Nano. Our latest generation YubiKeys and includes faster and stronger crypto compared to the YubiKey NEO.
Where can you use your Yubikey?
Use the YubiKey NEO to secure a wide range of applications, including remote access and VPN, password managers, computer login, development platforms, content management systems, popular online services, and much more. Log in to your Facebook, Gmail, Google, GitHub, or Dropbox accounts using the emerging FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) protocol.
What can your Yubikey do?
One single YubiKey NEO supports multiple authentication protocols, including Yubico One-Time Passwords, OATH (TOTP or HOTP), smart card (PIV), OpenPGP, and the emerging FIDO U2F protocol. Hardware secure elements guard your encryption keys.
Free and open source software tools are available for download from the Yubico website so you can personalize and configure the YubiKey yourself.