May 31, 2016

W3C Blog: First Public Working Draft of W3C Web Authentication Specification

W3C shares that the first public working draft of the W3C Web Authentication specification, derived from the FIDO 2.0 Platform Specifications, has officially been published as an important step towards making unphishable privacy-preserving authentication available on the web and reducing reliance on passwords.

https://www.w3.org/blog/webauthn/2016/05/31/first-public-working-draft-of-w3c-web-authentication-specification/

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