The W3C’s WebAuthn Standard Could Do Away With Website Passwords

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The W3C has announced a new web authentication standard that provides an API for accessing public key credentials. The standard, which is being referred to as WebAuthn, would allow users to log into websites without having to use passwords. Instead, the standard relies on Authenticators, which “are responsible for ensuring that no operation is performed without user consent.”



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The W3C’s WebAuthn Standard Could Do Away With Website Passwords