Apple, Google and Microsoft will launch a single authorization standard without a password

Apple, Google and Microsoft will launch a single authorization standard without a password

Apple, Google and Microsoft have agreed to launch a single standard for authorization on the Internet.
It is reported on the website of Apple.The launch of the new technology is planned for 2023.
A single standard for password-free sign-in based on cryptographic keys is being developed by the FIDO Alliance together with the World Wide Web Consortium.The main authentication device for apps, Web sites and other digital services will be a smartphone, according to a Google blog.
It will use biometrics or a PIN to log in.
Security will be provided by a unique crypto-token passkey that is transmitted between the smartphone and the site.You will only need to use biometric scans (such as your face or finger) or the PIN code of the device to log in at each stage.
These efforts are expected to prevent successful phishing attacks that trick the user into sharing passwords with hackers and scammers.

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