Notes from the Field 1/31/2021
- Purportedly works with Yubikey OTP & cross-platform
Endeavored to configure for a variety of password managers. OnlyKey effectively works as an input driver (like a keyboard) except that input is driver by sequences on the OnlyKey number keys numbered 1-6)
Downloaded the PDF for firmware upgraded and successfully upgraded the firmware to Signed_OnlyKey_2_1_0_STD.txt
Read the User Manual for configuration for Password Vaults and applications
Functionality Tested & Working Now
- Worked with FIDO/U2F capability. Worked fine on Windows 10, did not work on Ubuntu 18.04, worked on Ubuntu 20.04. Not tested on macOS.
- OnlyKey software does not detect OnlyKey unless the key is removed, reinserted and even then, the software on OnlyKey Setup software on Linux does not work. Works fine on Windows 10.
- Simple username/password input works across all platforms tested [Windows, Linux, MacOS], which I would expect from an input driver.
- I did not test the FIDO/U2F capability on MacOS.
- Yubikey OTP does not work as described in the user manual for the following YubiKey
Serial Number (Dec): 10249751
Key values were copied from YubiKey Personalization Tool to the OnlyKey Setup software, Advanced Tab, and entered the appropriate public, private and secret keys, to no avail. This was repeated and triple checked. Authentication fails. Authentication fails even when entering the key “de novo” within the Password Manager configuration interfaces per Yubico OTP setup. Simply doesn’t work.
- FIDO/U2F does not function on Ubuntu 18.04
Currently using OnlyKey for desktop logon for several systems, now works well with Password Managers except for the issues mentioned above. Yubikey OTP issue precludes use with specific password managers that do not support FIDO/U2F. Seeking resolution for this issue, and a statement on support for Ubuntu 18.04 Canonical. Thank you.