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I am trying to create a secured policy for storing and maintaining keys between users of my company. The following answer is based on those requirements I assume based on your post (I'll call your users employees in the following): You need to be able to revoke employee keys. You want to be able to decrypt information encrypted for employee. Employees ...


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No, the Yubikey 4 is not Open Source: The implementation is not open source, that is correct. We have both internal and external review of our code to ensure that it is secure. It's important to remember that open source code is no guarantee that bugs/vulnerabilities will be detected as the bug you've linked to demonstrates quite well. The bug was ...



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