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If you are using on-premises Azure MFA server or the Office 365 cloud service enabled with multi-factor authentication with Azure MFA, you may want to use hardware OTP token as an alternative to mobile apps and SMS messages.

Deepnet SafeID has always been the No.1 hardware token officially recommended by Microsoft for the Azure MFA customers and Office 365 users. It is also supported by many other MFA servers including the Deepnet DualShield MFA server. Millions of users world-wide are using Deepnet SafeID hardware tokens as a multi-factor authentication device.


SafeID/Classic is a time-based, OATH/TOTP compliant one-time password token. Its classic & elegant design will never go out fashion.

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Measured at only 44 x 19 x 6.5 mm, SafeID/Mini is one of the smallest OTP tokens in the world. It is time-based, OATH/TOTP compliant one-time password token.

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SafeID/Anytime is a button-less One-Time Password token that displays an one-time password on the screen at all times. It is time-based, OATH/TOTP compliant.

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SafePass USB Key

In addition to SafeID OTP hardware token, there is another hardware device that can be used as hardware OTP token for Azure MFA and Office 365, Deepnet SafePass.

Deepnet SafePass is a multi-functional USB key that supports both FIDO U2F and OATH OTP. SafePass is smaller and thinner than a door key. It is much easier to carry as it can be chained in a keyring.

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