As part of its OpenSK security keys project, Google on Tuesday revealed the first quantum robust FIDO2 security key implementation.
Elie Bursztein and Fabian Kaczmarczyck stated that “this open-source hardware optimised implementation uses a novel ECC/Dilithium hybrid signature schema that benefits from the security of ECC against standard attacks and Dilithium’s resilience against quantum attacks.”
Rust-based OpenSK is an open-source security key implementation that complies with both FIDO U2F and FIDO2 specifications.
The news comes less than a week after the tech giant announced intentions to include support for symmetric key establishment in TLS connections using quantum read more Google Introduces First Quantum Resilient FIDO2 Security Key Implementation.
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