Passwords are as old as computers – but are still considered insecure and cumbersome. But now there is hope: “Passkey” is the name of a new procedure in which you don’t have to remember passwords or type in codes – and it’s still more secure. Behind it is FIDO, an alliance of large IT companies. SRF digital editor Peter Buchmann explains what it’s about.


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