The spec will allow people to authenticate themselves and log into internet accounts using a preferred device, through cryptographic keys derived from biometrics, mobile hardware, and/or FIDO2-compliant security keys. <…> The technology should allow websites to support low-friction authentication from visitors who have FIDO2 credentials associated with their desktop or mobile device.


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