by Sami Fathi
Google Chrome has announced support for passwords, a new industry standard designed to replace passwords and make it easier and more secure to sign in to websites and apps.
With passkeys, users can authenticate and log into websites using their iPhone or Android devices, replacing the need for a password. In newer versions of iOS and Android, users visiting websites that support passkeys can use biometric authentication on a trusted device to verify their identity. In a blog post, Google said it is adding password support to Chrome, which will allow users to scan a QR code on their Android or iPhone login device. Password support is also coming to Chrome on Android.
On a desktop device, you can also use a passkey from a nearby mobile device, and because passkeys are based on industry standards, you You can use an Android or iOS device. With this login, the password does not leave your mobile device. Only securely generated code is exchanged with the site, so unlike a password, nothing can be stolen.
A number of other companies and apps have introduced or announced upcoming support for passkeys, including 1Password, PayPal , Microsoft, eBay and others. Password support in Google Chrome is now available with the latest update. To learn more about access keys, check out our explanation.
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