Google Introduces Passkeys Security Feature On Chrome Browser
Now you don’t need to remember complex passwords as Google has introduced passkeys feature on its Chrome browser. Passkeys in a unique digital identity which are stored in devices.
Passkeys, a new tool from Google that enables users to access websites without entering a password, was just released.
Passkeys uses the user’s phone and Google Account to provide secure access to websites. Users’ favorite websites are now easier for them to access because they no longer need to remember difficult passwords.
To use passkeys, you need one Google Account and a passkeys-compatible device, like an Android phone or tablet.
For online login, Passkeys provide a quick and secure alternative to passwords. By combining your device and Google Account, they provide secure access and eliminate the need to remember lengthy passwords.
To use the capability, you must have a Google Account and just a device that supports passkeys. Create passkeys on your smartphone so you can use them to quickly and privately access your favorite websites.
In order to make password-free sign-in processes on websites or applications that are both more effective and safer, various firms, including Google, Apple, Microsoft, PayPal, and eBay, are exchanging passwords with passkey.
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However, the concept of passkeys is not new. When large tech firms like Apple and Google embrace this technology, the use of passkeys is projected to become device-agnostic as well.