User manual:Two-factor Authentication with U2F
To boost your online security, you can use your Trezor device to log in using U2F standards. You can start using Trezor as your second-factor authentication token with services such as Google, GitHub or Dropbox. A further advantage of Trezor is that its users can truly verify what they are about to authorize on the device display.
How to set up Trezor as a U2F key
In this short tutorial, we use Dropbox as an example. However, all services should have a similar setup procedure.
- In the Security tab of Settings, click on Add to set up Trezor as your U2F Security Key.
- Plug in your Trezor.
- Wait for the prompt on your Trezor
- Confirm the action on your Trezor device after checking.
- Done! You can start using Trezor to log in to Dropbox in addition to your password.