RentrLoc

Project Description

RentrLoc adds multi-factor security to leases and short-term rentals. Renters upload an image of themselves, sign and pay the agreement with DocuSign and authenticate themselves with their Yubikey, which becomes their unique identifier, and key to the apartment. The user also uploads one or more pictures of themselves. When the renters show up to access the apartment, they verify their identity using their Yubikey and their face using Clarifai. Table number: 139 Floor: 5

Contact Phone Number

5103093701

Table Number

139 Floor 5

Web URL: https://rentrloc.herokuapp.com

Project Team Members

Marius Maaland
Marius Maaland Developer
Krishnan Rajiyah
Krishnan Rajiyah Developer

Challenges that this project applies to

DESCRIPTION: Yubico believes that everyone deserves strong, easy, and affordable authentication, and we are committed to helping every internet citizen take control of their online identities. That’s why we invented the YubiKey — a multi-protocol multi-factor authentication (MFA) device used by millions around the globe — and co-authored the FIDO U2F, FIDO2, and WebAuthn open authentication standards. The DeveloperWeek NYC Hackathon is your opportunity to ensure the innovative product(s) you're building are also secured with strong authentication using a YubiKey. OUR CHALLENGE: We want security to be a top priority during the Hackathon, and also easy to implement! Any connected device, mobile application, web service, or network requires adequate protection for user data and privacy, and the YubiKey is designed to make that a possibility with easy and strong authentication. Our challenge is to incorporate YubiKey MFA support into a stand alone project, or any number of other DeveloperWeek challenges. Working with the YubiKey is flexible and agile as it supports multiple authentication protocols, including one-time password (OTP), smart card (PIV), OpenPGP, FIDO U2F, and FIDO2/WebAuthn. YubiKeys are compatible with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Chrome OS operating systems; major web browsers (Opera, Chrome, and Firefox); and iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices. Yubico has published integration libraries, plugins and documentation, which you can use to make your project work with the YubiKey. All YubiKey authentication protocols are welcome. Yubico employees will also be on site at their hackathon table to help answer integration questions. Integration Use Case Ideas: - Add hardware-backed passwordless authentication to your service or application by integrating the YubiKey using the FIDO2 / Web Authentication standards. - Add hardware-backed multi-factor authentication by integrating the YubiKey using the OTP (one-time password), FIDO U2F, or FIDO2/WebAuthn authentication standards. - Store secrets on a YubiKey instead of the file system. Use it to generate certificates, sign, encrypt, and decrypt data by integrating PIV or OpenPGP. TEAM INSTRUCTIONS: Visit Yubico’s table to familiarize yourself with the functionality of the YubiKey, and receive a complimentary YubiKey for your challenge. Decide if you want to build a stand-alone solution with the YubiKey, or if you would like to add YubiKey MFA functionality to another DeveloperWeek challenge you are working on. Establish what authentication protocol you would like to use for the integration. This is primarily dependent on how much time you have for the challenge, what type of data you are protecting, and what type of user experience you want to offer your users. Review YubiKey documentation from developers.yubico.com to begin integrating with the YubiKey. JUDGING: Yubico judges will evaluate projects based on YubiKey integrations, but also the larger project as a whole. While the technical security architecture and implementation is critical, we are also looking for innovative solutions that address unique or important use cases for consumers and/or enterprises. Each challenge will be judged based on the following criteria: - Originality/Innovation: How original or innovative is this solution compared to other products and platforms already available on the market? The challenge should provide a unique approach to solving a problem. - Impact: What is the potential for the project to drive immediate real-world impact? - Security and User Privacy: To what extent does the solution ensure user data is safe and kept private? - Design / User Experience: How easy and intuitive is use of the solution? Does it adhere to Yubico’s standards of frictionless, strong secure authentication using the YubiKey? - Functionality: Working functionality of the application as submitted. - Strategic Approach: We recognize that this is a hackathon challenge and that time is limited. While some of the integrations may not be complete or perfected, we are looking for teams who can speak to the larger vision of the project, any long-term goals, and what might have been done differently if given more time.

Events specific to project

Technologies used by this project

Whether you have one image or billions, you are only steps away from using artificial intelligence to recognize your visual content. The API is built around a simple idea. You send inputs (images) to the service and it returns predictions. The type of prediction is based on what model you run the input through. For example, if you run your input through the 'food' model, the predictions it returns will contain concepts that the 'food' model knows about.

The YubiKey is a multi-factor authentication device that protects numerous systems, networks, and applications from common cyber attacks with just a simple touch. With support for multiple authentication protocols, YubiKeys are powerful and flexible enough to secure a wide range of applications including: computer logins, remote VPN, identity access management platforms, password managers, and popular online services such as Google, Dropbox and Facebook.