A couple of weeks ago I "bricked" my Yubikey by trying to change it's mode to static password mode. It was an old, pre "September 08" key, which did not support this feature.
I tried to post to this forum via email@example.com
in order to ask for help, but Yubico came back to me and they sent me a new key which arrived this week.
So now I'm able to log into YMS, where I can see the two keys which I have. I was able to retrieve the TokenID and AES Secret Key of the bricked key, and I used the YKConfigTest.exe MFC Application of the v1.3.16 SDK to input them into the old key.
Now the bricked key is ouputting the same TokenID it used to output before I bricked it, which feels quite good, but no matter what, I'm still unable to validate agains the Yubico servers.
I resetted the counter on the YMS for that key to 0, to see if that would change the situation, but to no avail.
I've also tried to use the "Add New Yubikeys" section and insert a randomly generated tokenID and AES Secret, but there I do only get a "Enter the Yubikey token ID or OTP" warning when submitting the data. I'd like to know how I could use that section in the context of my current problem and why I'm getting that warning.
Any help in allowing my key to validate against Yubico servers is highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,