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Using Physical Keys for Two-factor Authentication in Shift
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Physical security keys offer an additional layer of security when using devices and programs. At this time due to some technical limitations of the framework we use, we are unable to support all physical keys on all devices. It's also important to note that it's up to the client to determine which protocol they want their physical key to authenticate with.


On Windows


At the moment, Shift should support any physical security key which uses FIDO2 or U2F. 


On Mac and Linux


Shift does not support FIDO2 or U2F on Mac or Linux at this time.  While we don't currently have a timeline for implementation, it is on our radar and something we know is highly important to our users. 


What's next?

Read more about Privacy and Security in Shift here.


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