“The API, known as WebAuthn, allows existing security devices – like fingerprint readers, cameras and USB keys – to be used for website authentication,” Lovejoy reports. “Firefox supports WebAuthn from today, with Chrome and Edge slated for support within the next few months, reports Engadget.”
“There’s as yet no word on Safari, but with all current and recent iPhones and iPads offering either Face ID or Touch ID, and the latter supported on the MacBook Pro too, this would be tailor-made for Apple,” Lovejoy reports. “It cannot be used with other browsers without Apple’s support.”
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MacDailyNews Take: There’s nothing like Face ID authentication. It’s just so easy!