Image Matrix Tech Editor Djuro Sen says “passkeys”, developed by FIDO, means you “never need to know a password”. “It essentially removes the fact of using a password and you just use your device, your phone or something else, mostly your phone, to log in to say, through this example, eBay,” Mr Sen told Sky News Australia. “This uses a type of cryptography that has a public key and a private key.”
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