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Security Keys

FIDO2 Security Keys

Passwordless login is supported by modern FIDO2 Security Keys, such as the YubiKeys 5 series as well as Solokeys. Security Keys can be directly connected over USB-C and NFC. USB-A keys require an additional USB OTG cable.

NFC Sweetspot

Each smartphone has a different sweetspot where the NFC connection works best. Our Hardware Security SDK shows this spot to make it easy for the user to place their NFC Security Key.
Hardware Security SDK

No Additional Cloud Services
No Google Play Services

We are not selling yet another SaaS login solution. Our SDK is a standard-compliant clean-room implementation that works with any FIDO server. In contrast to Google's FIDO APIs, our SDK works without Google Play Services. Thus, it also works in countries where phones do not ship with Google Play.

Standards Compliant

The FIDO Alliance does not certify native FIDO clients. However, our SDK has been successfully tested with a wide variety of FIDO authenticators. It has been implemented by carefully following the FIDO standards.

Hardware Security SDK Client to Authenticator Protocol 2 (CTAP2)
FIDO2 Artifact WebAuthn Specification
Hardware Security SDK

Add FIDO2 to Your App

class MainActivity : AppCompatActivity() {

    private fun showAuthenticateDialog() {
        // Make an authentication request to the server. In a real application, this would perform
        // an HTTP request. The server will send us a challenge based on the FIDO2 key we registered
        // before (see above), asking us to prove we still have the same key.
        val authenticateRequest =
                PublicKeyCredentialRequestOptions.create(challenge, timeout, rpId,  allowCredentials, userVerification)

        // This opens a UI fragment, which takes care of the user interaction as well as all FIDO2 internal
        // operations for us, and triggers a callback to #OnGetAssertionCallback(PublicKeyCredential).
        WebauthnDialogFragment.newInstance(PublicKeyCredentialGet.create(origin, authenticateRequest))


    private val onGetAssertionCallback = OnGetAssertionCallback { publicKeyCredential ->
        // Finish the FIDO2 authentication with your server here

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override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {

    webView = view.findViewById(
    webView.settings.javaScriptEnabled = true

    val webViewWebauthnBridge = WebViewWebauthnBridge
            .createInstanceForWebView(this, webView)

    webView.webViewClient = object : WebViewClient() {
        override fun shouldInterceptRequest(view: WebView?, request: WebResourceRequest?):
                WebResourceResponse? {
            webViewWebauthnBridge.delegateShouldInterceptRequest(view, request)
            webViewFidoBridge.delegateShouldInterceptRequest(view, request)
            return super.shouldInterceptRequest(view, request)

        override fun onPageStarted(view: WebView?, url: String?, favicon: Bitmap?) {
            super.onPageStarted(view, url, favicon)
            webViewWebauthnBridge.delegateOnPageStarted(view, url, favicon)
            webViewFidoBridge.delegateOnPageStarted(view, url, favicon)

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

    WebView webView = findViewById(;

    WebViewWebauthnBridge webViewWebauthnBridge = WebViewWebauthnBridge
            .createInstanceForWebView(this, webView);

    webView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {

        public WebResourceResponse shouldInterceptRequest(WebView view, WebResourceRequest request) {
            webViewWebauthnBridge.delegateShouldInterceptRequest(view, request);
            return super.shouldInterceptRequest(view, request);

        public void onPageStarted(WebView view, String url, Bitmap favicon) {
            super.onPageStarted(view, url, favicon);
            webViewWebauthnBridge.delegateOnPageStarted(view, url, favicon);


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Technical Support

If you ever need help, you get direct access to the developers and cryptographers who built the product. Whether you have questions getting started or you want to know how to best integrate SDK features into your app, we’re here to help you find a solution.