Hey, iOS users. Got a spare Android phone lying around? Now, you can use it as a secure access key for online services.
In April, Google announced that it was making secure access keys available on its Android phones. These software-based keys are based on the FIDO2 standard, which is a community attempt by several industry players to make secure logins easier.
Instead of having to remember a password when logging into a website, you can use a digital key stored on a piece of suitable hardware.
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