Google Password Introduce passkey

Google Password Introduce passkey

Google Password Introduce passkey: Google has started releasing a passkey feature on Android and Chrome so that users no longer need to create and memorize passwords on various websites and applications. hrough the company’s official blog, Google stated that web administrators and developers can now add a passkey feature to their applications and websites.

Google Password Introduce passkey

Passkey, according to Google, is more secure than passwords and other authentication methods that are vulnerable to phishing. Codes used via passkeys are non-reusable, will not leak, and are protected against phishing attacks. On the other hand, the way to use a passkey is similar to a password. Users only need to provide authentication confirmation through the system available in their device locking system, such as fingerprints.

If the user’s gadget is lost, the passwords stored on the phone and computer are synchronized and backed up via the cloud. In addition, the passkey on the cellphone can also be used to access the platform via other nearby gadgets (for example, a computer or television).

Generating a passkey on an Android phone is similar to how to use a password manager app. Users can simply generate a passkey by registering one way of authentication, usually fingerprint or facial scanning. Google’s steps reportedly soon followed by Apple and Microsoft. This passkey system is part of a collaboration between technology companies and the FIDO Alliance.

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