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What is a good Smartcard for home use?

Except for the backup requirements, the Gemalto IDPrime MD seems to fit your requirements. Some caveats: It tops at 2048 bits for RSA; for ECC, it supports only three standard NIST curves (P-256, P-...
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Laptop for key ceremony?

I think the most useful way to answer this question is to start with the hardest part of the answer and work my way down should have as much open-source firmware or security certifications as ...
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Looking for Routers with long-term updates

Mikrotik support regular updates and upgrades for thier RouterOS for very long time https://mikrotik.com/download/changelogs All Mikrotik routers have the same RouterOS, only license differ. SOHO\Home ...
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Looking for Routers with long-term updates

Its a bit of a "frame challenge" but if you want longevity over power efficiency, don't buy a consumer router. Get an X86 box with at least two ports - I think the N5150s are the current ...
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What is a good Smartcard for home use?

Because I feel that some people may be unsatiesfied with Thomas' recommendation of the Gemalto IDPrime Cards, I wanted to give another option here: The Smartcard-HSM It offers 1024-2048-bit RSA or ...
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Hardware token supporting multiple 2FA codes

The Molto-1 by Token2 is a programmable, multi profile hardware token. I own one of those for a few months now and use it on a daily basis. The Molto-2 supports 10 different profiles, 6 or 8 digit ...
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Smart door lock with logging of mechanical key opening

The Sesame smart lock from Candyhouse allows for bluetooth operation, as many of these products provide, but also allows one to open the deadbolt manually. When the lock is operated manually, from ...
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Yubikey alternative with fingerprint reader

Yubico announced the YubiKey Bio, which seems to do exactly that.
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Smart cards for encrypting/decrypting using AES or TripleDES or RSA?

I think what you're looking for is: The Feitian ePass2003 (or some other token from their ePass line) It costs less than a YubiHSM - Feitian sells them at 70USD for five pieces + customs, taxes and ...
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Small, inexpensive offline device with camera for storing secure information

You didn't specify operating system, but the LG Extravert 2 meets all requirements. Just take the SIM card out. Has camera. Has SD Card for exporting data. Has Qwerty keyboard. Is small. Is less ...
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Yubi Key recommendations for my needs?

OK, to give you a solid understanding of which Yubikey you need you first need to understand what each single one can offer you. In principle, there are three "levels" of functionality ...
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