Another core Janssen Project component, this server provides the enrollment and authentication endpoints which enable people to use USB, Bluetooth, or platform FIDO credentials.

An example of a USB FIDO credential is a Yubikey.  An example of a platform FIDO credential is Apple TouchID. These powerful new credentials not only are more secure than passwords, and they are also phishing resistant.

FIDO 2.0


FIDO2 is comprised of the W3C’s Web Authentication specification (WebAuthn) and FIDO’s corresponding Client-to-Authenticator Protocol (CTAP). 

Web Authentication (WebAuthn)

WebAuthn defines a standard web API that can be built into browsers and related web platform infrastructure to enable online services to use FIDO Authentication.

Client-to-Authenticator Protocol (CTAP)

CTAP enables external devices such as mobile handsets or FIDO Security Keys to work with WebAuthn and serve as authenticators to desktop applications and web services.

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