out of stock Free Go Passwordless Starter Kit (Includes 2 Multi-Protocol Security Keys for Microsoft 365 Customers) @ Yubico (Organisations)

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Microsoft 365 customers are eligible to apply for a free Go Passwordless Starter Kit which includes two multi-protocol security keys – YubiKey 5 NFC and YubiKey 5C.

Only organizations that meet the qualification requirements shall be eligible to receive a Go Passwordless Starter Kit.

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  • +10 votes

    Limited to one (1) Starter Kit per organization. Applications for the Go Passwordless Starter Kit will be accepted until 11:59:59 PM PT on 10/31/2019 or while supplies last. Only organizations that meet the qualification requirements shall be eligible to receive a Go Passwordless Starter Kit.

    • +1 vote

      It also says "Microsoft 365 customers", unsure if they mean Microsoft Office365, or just Microsoft 365 which is a different product to what most people have.
      Given it specifically mentions Windows 10 and Azure AD, im thinking it is Microsoft 365, not Office365 based on the bundles. Pretty sure this would need Azure AD Premium etc for hardware keys for MFA on Azure AD.

  • +1 vote

    Submitted and will wait 2 weeks to see. I'm curious to see if my MPN level will make a difference.

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    How badly will you get spammed by all those companies?

    • +5 votes

      Yubico or Microsoft? I'd say almost not at all.

      • +2 votes

        I am a bit reluctant to submit the application as it gets sent to so many places, especially Salesforce and their affiliates. On the fence at the moment.

  • -1 vote

    I have returned my yubikey nfc as it is not compatible with my android.

    • +3 votes

      That's not Yubico's fault?

    • +1 vote

      When you do get a yubikey working on android how does it work? Does it lock the whole phone and function as an alternative to a PIN or a fingerprint?

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        I think the idea is that you can use it to sign into websites that use U2F tokens.

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          The reason I ask is that I have a yubikey permanently in a usb slot on the pc I am typing this on. If it's not there you can't access anything on the pc. Well I can't anyway. If that was what a yubikey did on an android phone I would be mildly interested but if it's only app specific I'm not interested at all.

  • +1 vote

    Only for companies ?

  • -2 votes

    Targeted

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    Thanks just submitted one.

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    Got an email rejecting the application. Due to overwhelming demand they are unable to fulfil.

  • +1 vote

    One of the lucky ones, applied Wed midday, got email about applications being reviewed, received approval email Sat morning.

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