No need to memorize different passwords anymore; No worries about being hacked. New technology coming soon
Many technology companies such as Apple, Google, and Microsoft allow password-free login on all of their devices.
Technology companies such as Apple, Google and Microsoft will provide an integrated password-free way to sign in from different operating systems and devices.
On May 5, World Password Day, major technology companies, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, will allow password-free use on mobile, laptops and browser platforms for years to come.
This new standard for password-free authentication was developed by FIDO (Fast Identity Online) and the World Wide Web Federation.
The new standard will provide an integrated and secure way to sign in from a variety of platforms and devices, including Android and iOS mobile operating systems.
This new initiative aimed at allowing processors and websites has been successful; Password is no longer required on Chrome, Edge and Safari browsers and on Windows and MacOS desktops.
Apple, Google and Microsoft guarantee password-free authentication.
According to the FIDO Alliance, its importance lies in the fact that “password-only authentication is one of the biggest security issues on the Internet, and it’s difficult for users to manage multiple passwords, which often leads to users reusing the same passwords across services.” Thus, hacking a valuable account can lead to data breaches and theft “.
Users can quickly access their FIDO login credentials or “Baskies” across multiple devices so they do not have to re-register all accounts.
Apple, Google and Microsoft already support password-free authentication, however, you must log in to websites and processors on each device before enabling the password-free feature.
Passwordless authentication: How it works
The password-free authentication process allows users to select the main device for processors, websites, and other services. This will allow you to unlock your sensitive device with a password, fingerprint scanner or PIN.
You can log in to Internet Services every time without entering a password. A unique cryptographic token called a password is shared between the device and the Internet, allowing access to all types of devices without a password.
So, you no longer have to memorize different passwords and worry about whether it can be easily hacked or not. Such passwords are sometimes easily predictable and subject to data breaches and cyber attacks.
The password-free authentication feature for Apple, Google and Microsoft will be released later this year.