June 20, 2016

ZDNet: Standards group aims to put crypto controls into browsers to secure Web apps

ZDNet reports that the W3C is working on the first draft of a standard specification based on FIDO 2.0, designed to outfit browsers with hooks that support strong cryptographic credentials that secure access to a user’s web applications and eradicates phishing. 

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