Apple has revealed more details on its plans to try and remove passwords with its new ‘passkey’ tool in an effort to increase online security, in collaboration with the FIDO Alliance. Passkeys are based on public key cryptography, which involves storing a private security key on your device. Because there’s no password to type, phishing and other scams will become far less frequent.


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