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WebAuthn: Passwords are Legacy!

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Tuesday, October 16 2018
14:15 - 15:15

In March 2018, the haveibeenpwned.com password database contained about 501 Million hashes of known, stolen passwords. Yet, despite the fact companies obviously fail to securely store passwords and despite the majority of users still reusing a limited set of passwords for their online accounts, passwords are the predominant means of authentication. The brand new W3C Candidate Recommendation "Web Authentication" – or short WebAuthn – is supported by all major browser vendors and strives to make passwords a thing of the past. Get ready for the future and learn what WebAuthn is about, and how you can use and implement it for your site today.

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