Google is developing a technology together with the FIDO Alliance that has told us that they are working on a future technology that will make passwords a thing of the past.
Although it is not known exactly how the new technology will work, the little information that exists refers to the complete removal of passwords of users with Android system for the implementation of biometric sensor.
The idea is to pass all user data through FIDA Alliance encryption. Companies like Amazon, Google or even Intel already use their service for internal situations. That is, we can expect security.
Google wants to abandon passwords on Android system
This new technology will make you log in to a certain application. Instead of having to enter the password or even the F2A, you just need your finger and apply the biometric sensor.
"Google has long worked with the FIDO Alliance and W3C to standardize FIDO2 protocols, which give any application the ability to go beyond password authentication to provide protection against phishing attacks." Mentioned Christiaan Brand, Google executive.
"Today's announcement of FIDO2 certification for Android helps take this initiative further by offering our partners and developers a standardized way to access keystores devices on both the market and future models to create user-friendly biometric controls. "
In short, we sincerely hope that such technology will come true. It's time to see the passwords disappear. Firstly because they are not always safe and secondly because not everyone takes it seriously.
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