Introducing the FEITIAN OpenSK Dongle

Program your own security key with Google’s OpenSK

FEITIAN has actively joined this game at the request of Google, now we've manufactured the first two versions of OpenSK Dongle (V1 and V2) which enable users to flash the OpenSK firmware via the USB interface.

Google’s OpenSK

Overview

OpenSK is an open-source implementation for security keys that supports both FIDO U2F and FIDO2 standards. Google has open-sourced OpenSK firmware that combined with an affordable chip dongle, allows end-user to make their own security key to use for authentication purposes.

Background

FEITIAN has actively joined this game at the request of Google, now we've manufactured the first two versions of OpenSK Dongle (V1 and V2) which enable users to flash the OpenSK firmware via the USB interface. For more information, see our GitHub OpenSK knowledge base.

OpenSK was announced by Google at January 30, 2020. It is a fully open-source FIDO security key implementation, include hardware and software.

In that announcement, Google said:
"By opening up OpenSK as a research platform, our hope is that it will be used by researchers, security key manufacturers, and enthusiasts to help develop innovative features and accelerate security key adoption."

The OpenSK firmware is developed in Rust and it implements both FIDO U2F and FIDO2 specifications. FEITIAN is a Board Member of the FIDO Alliance, which is an open industry association with a focused mission: authentication standards to help reduce the world’s over-reliance on passwords.

To help and accelerate FIDO security key adoption, FEITIAN has designed an improved OpenSK dongle housing, allowing users to build firmware from the Google OpenSK source code, using our OpenSK USB dongle to experience and test FIDO authentication.

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