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Support for the FIDO U2F protocol when logging into Steam

Support for the FIDO U2F protocol when logging into Steam

Implement support for the FIDO universal two factor protocol when logging into Steam. While it requires that the end user buys a compatible authenticator (like the YubiKey), it is safer, easier and simpler than steam guard. It is an open protocol supported by companies like Google & Facebook and is supposedly fairly straightforward to implement.

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      • Nirantali Zorvax commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yeah, that's overdue already, but yet the Steam Client doesn't even support U2F if you link your U2F protected Youtube to Steam to publish your videos on Steam. So Steam isn't only endangering their own users by not supporting U2F for their accounts, but also endangering third party accounts by forcing them to fallback to weaker 2FA. That's scandalous!

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