They Approve a New Standard Called Webauthn That Would Put an End to Passwords on the Internet

The W3C Consortium (World Wide Web Consortium) that governs the Internet destinations announced together with the FIDO Alliance (Fast Identity Online), aimed at improving the authentication and security mechanisms in the network of networks, which can be the end of passwords as we know them. It is WebAuthn, which in English means Web Authentication, a platform for simpler and more robust authentication processes that has been brewing for years. The novelty in this case is that now the final specifications are approved, the standard is official and can be implemented in all browsers and websites.