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No more passwords! Technology giants are discovering new security alternatives
Written by SOT.COM.AL 20 Maj 2022
Apple, Google and Microsoft are considering a more secure alternative to Internet access.
The three tech giants are trying to avoid password access online using other means such as fingerprint identification, facial scanning or a pin code.
According to them, the new system will allow people to use a fingerprint or face scan authentication on their phone, as a way to identify themselves on another nearby device, regardless of the operating system or the browser they used.
This is a feature available for Apple devices, where anyone holding an Apple Watch can unlock a phone or MacBook. This would reduce the need for people to remember a wide range of combinations of usernames and passwords to log in to different services.
But that leads to the reuse of passwords on many accounts, something that experts said was one of the biggest security risks in the digital world. Apple, Google and Microsoft hope to make these features available on their platforms over the next year.