OnPodcast giveaway: Enter to win a YubiKey Security Key NFC

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Hello, everyone! Arif, Kareem, and the OnMSFT crew here with a public service announcement. We're giving away a YubiKey Security Key NFC! As we explained in our review and interview, a YubiKey is a great way to protect your online accounts from falling into the wrong hands with a third hardware-based layer of two-factor authentication. Like other security keys, it even works with Microsoft Accounts thanks to the FIDO 2–compliancy.

Anyway, the YubiKey Security Key NFC is one of YubiKey's most popular products and is the most well-known of security keys in use by consumers and enterprises alike. You can just tap the security key to NFC-enabled Android, Windows 10, or iOS devices and applications to sign in to your account. The key also fits into a standard USB-A port, as well. Even the design is compact, as it has a Fiberglass reinforced body, can fit on a key ring, and can easily slide into your pocket or wallet.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

You can enter the giveaway via the widget above. To enter to win, please comment in the Rafflecopter widget which will direct you to the giveaway comment section. Leave a comment telling us how you usually go about protect your online accounts.

Contestants can enter a maximum of one comment that equals one entry. Rules are outlined in the Rafflecopter widget, with the terms that you live in the United States, and are age 18 and older. You must also provide us your mailing address so we can send one out to you.

Don’t already follow @OnMSFT on Twitter? Increase your chance of winning by following our news feed at @OnMSFT. Our rules are also outlined below.

  • Comment on the giveaway post on 1x entry
  • Follow @OnMSFT on Twitter 2x entries
  • Leave a comment on the widget 1x entry

The winner will be selected at random shortly after the contest has closed. We’ll announce the winners live on episode 28 of the OnPodcast on April 3! Good luck, and thanks for being a watcher and listener of the OnPodcast, and thanks for reading OnMSFT!

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