How WebAuthn Works

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Want to eliminate passwords? We all do. WebAuthn is a new web standard published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for users in the era of passwordless authentication for web applications.

This new standard offers strong authenticators such as Touch ID or Face ID directly from your browser to keep attackers out while delivering first-class authentication experiences.

Read this whitepaper to learn about:

  • Use cases: Understand how the new standard enables low friction, phishing-resistant authentication
  • Technology: Peek beneath the hood and see the core technical concepts that comprise WebAuthn
  • User experience: Look at the user registration and authentication flows
  • Business impact: WebAuthn helps security and product forge mutually aligned objectives

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