I have recently had an Apex Flex crypto implant from Dangerous things installed in my hand
The VivoKey Apex Flex is the ultimate cryptobionic platform for digital identity, cryptography, and blockchain applications secured in a subdermal NFC implant. Implantable 7.5mm x 28mm secure element contactless smart card JCOP 4 OS supporting...
I want to replace all my authentication passwords and tokens with secured keys held inside this chip inside me!
This is all working very well at the moment. I have git commits and SSH authentication setup, also OTP, HMAC/SHA. Currently I need to plug an external NFC reader into my laptop to achieve this.
I have a couple of videos that might interest you here
[Can’t post multiple links as a new user so will do that later]
I also want to use this to decrypt an encrypted drive on a laptop and login.
So I’m wondering if there’s any interest in making an NFC expansion card?
Can you post an example reader for specifications and whatnot?
Sure thing. I think there are probably quite a lot that would do but this is the one I am currently using
I’ve been looking into this off and on (also an Apex user). I think the ideal reader would be the oem version of
this. Pretty sure we’d need a different housing for the keyboard–one that isn’t made of metal.
There currently are some interesting form factors on the market:
NFC reader img
NXP small USB chipset
Have y’all looked at the new input module specs for the FW16? I think there should be enough space to fit something like that NXP dongle
Working on an NFC reader for the FW16
Don’t you only need NFC reader on the laptop for FIDO2/WebAuthn? With TOTP you can just use your phone to scan it and get the code.