Google believes passwords aren't enough to protect users from phishing schemes. Thats why it is created a new security key called Titan Key to encourage its users to adopt stronger two-step verification.
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Google introduced the Titan Security Key, a physical USB-based device that eliminates the need to enter usernames and passwords. The device includes firmware developed by Google’s engineers that verifies its integrity.
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After Firefox introduced WebAuthn support in early May, the latest version of Chrome supports the new standard. That means websites that support WebAuthn won't require a password each time you log on.
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The World Wide Web Consortium said that Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla are working to incorporate the new WebAuthn standard into their browsers. It's part of a collaboration with FIDO to support biometric authentication.
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