RCDevs has released a new OpenOTP version supporting the FIDO2 authentication standard in addition to the previously supported FIDO1/U2F.
FIDO2 builds on and improves U2F by incorporating the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) webAuthn standard. This will further improve the  browser compatibility and provide support for PIN codes, biometric identification and password-less login.


The U.S. Monday joined Russia, North Korea and China in declining to sign a cybersecurity pact supported by 50 countries and aimed at fighting both cyberwarfare and cybercrime.

The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace agreement, part of the Paris Peace Forum, seeks to create a cyber Geneva Conventions of sorts, laying out international laws and guidelines for cyberwarfare as well as support human rights online. It was signed by 90 charities and universities as well as more than 150 tech companies, including Google, Microsoft, IBM and Facebook.


Meeting partners and clients at RCDevs Afterwork. RCDevs CEO Charly Rohart giving a presentation to a full house on latest trends in of Multi-Factor Authentication – logging into Macbook with OpenOTP Token and proximity access over bluetooth drawing attention.