nevermind, yubikey 5s with firmware version 5.7 or greater can hold 100 passkeys now.

@sneak I stopped at YubiKey 4 after they made the cryptography proprietary. The fact I couldn't update the firmware was also a turn off. Maybe I'll return to it or an alternative, like NitroKey, if I can store my passwords on it in future.

@thatbrickster i like the idea that the firmware cannot ever be changed. if it can be changed by me or yubico, it can be changed by someone who forces yubico to make a special firmware that dumps my keys.

@sneak Good point. I recall one (or both) of my YubiKeys having a security vulnerability that I was supposed to send it/them in for replacements. Sadly I missed the boat.
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