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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Biometric Update: FIDO Alliance showcases ecosystem of FIDO certified products

Biometric Update reports on the new FIDO Certified showcase, which provides deploying organizations with a…

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CNET: Facebook now lets you lock down logins with a key

CNET reports that social media giant Facebook is now enabling users to lock down their…

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Ars Technica: Now there’s a better way to prevent Facebook account takeovers

Facebook is joining a handful of online services—including Google, Dropbox, GitHub, and Salesforce—in supporting security…

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