Hello. I am looking at Yubikey since so many people say it is more secure than getting second factors by text or authenticator app. My main goal would be to stop someone accessing my account via the website, if they somehow managed to have my master password. But unless one deactivates the ability to get a code by text or authenticator app (and this seems inherently risky), I don't see the benefit of Yubikey, since a malevolent person could circumvent the need for Yubikey by simply opting for one of the other methods instead. I know that doesn't mean they can access my passwords, but the question is, what's the point of the Yubikey? Am I missing something? I understand that Agile Bits resisted adding Yubikey support for sometime, and the reasons made sense, so what changed?
And I know that Yubikey, for at least some apps, requires specific browsers, for example Chrome. Will it work for 1 Password with Safari?
1Password Version: 7.6
Extension Version: 7.6
OS Version: 10.15.7
Sync Type: not sure