Wired reports that Google has added certified support for the FIDO2 standard to its Android platform, meaning the vast majority of devices running Android 7 or later will now be able to handle passwordless FIDO-based logins in mobile browsers like Chrome.


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Identity Week: State of Michigan’s MiLogin supported by FIDO passkeys

The system leverages passkeys based on FIDO authentication promoting strong authentication, unifying Michigan’s approach to…

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Mobile ID World: Passkeys Come to Payments via New Visa Service

Visa introduces passkeys for payments, allowing customers to authorize online purchases with a smartphone or…

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Tech Radar: Navigating towards a passwordless future

Traditionally, passwords have served as the primary means of securing digital identities, yet their limitations are becoming…

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