Engadget: Web standard brings password-free sign-ins to virtually any site
Tech companies have been trying to do away with web passwords for years, but now it looks like they’ve reached a key milestone according to Engadget. The FIDO Alliance and W3C have launched a Web Authentication standard that lets you access virtually any online service in a PC browser through password-free FIDO Authentication.
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