Google Introduces Passkeys to Bring Password less Authentication to Chrome and Android


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In order to allow users to create and use passkeys to log into Android devices, Google has announced that it is bringing passkeys to Chrome and Android.

Users can save passkeys to their computers and smartphones and use them to log in without a password. The adoption of passkeys by the Chrome and Android ecosystems will make it much more challenging for businesses to defend against system hacking.

The announcement follows the pledge made in March of this year by Apple, Google, and Microsoft to increase support for the password less sign-in standard developed by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium.

Read More: Google introduces passwordless authentication to Chrome and Android with passkeys 

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