Good news 8-10 weeks and shipping costs are included with $19.99 confirmed. :D
I avoid Google Authenticator but use Authy but it has its pros and cons. There is a password manager and 2fa builtin called bitwarden but again pros and cons esp having all eggs in one basket.
I guess in that case as an alternative, the Google Authenticator would be a viable option for stepping up 2nd Factor Security as opposed to a physical key? This deal is good for those who like reading on Wired regularly and the novelty of the free YubiKey (y)
Oops, deal is getting cold and could be my fault. I voted hot as buying a magazine essentially gives you free security key. Isnt this a good deal? Security is a polarising area but... not like this...
Thanks for the chart. Thanks for posting. Good to be able to see how it can be of use. The Yubikey4 works off USB port and would take up a slot on laptop, unless it uses USBC or if on Android, a microusb port or lightning for Apple. Plugging in and out wears the port out. Also on Android mobiles, how does this work then unless, the nfc version of Yubikey is used with nfc enabled Android mobile. Sigh, there is also the issue of inheritance and next of kin how that works with these.