Open-Source Server Goes Password Free

StrongKey announces that its open-source FIDO2 server has received FIDO2 interoperability certification from the FIDO Alliance, which is

dedicated to solving the world’s password problem. Researchers estimate that passwords are the root problem

in 80% of all successful security breaches. This certification assures users are protected by strong cryptographic-based authentication that protects against phishing, malware, and other attacks.

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Features of the FIDO2 server include:

  • Low-friction user experience, stronger security and privacy, fewer hassles and less time
  • Wasted.
  • Improved app security, easier application development, fewer password resets, reduced complexity of DevSecOps, and lower operational costs.
  • A viable approach to recommending strong security and privacy controls to consumers. 

For more details, visit StrongKey.

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