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When you sign up with a Passkey at xyzbank.com your Passkey is paired with that domain.
It cannot be used with another domain so its secure against phishing. You will never really see the Passkey with your own eyes so you can’t give it to a phisher, not that they could use it unless they have access to you device and pin.
Also the Passkey never leaves your device so its protected from man in the middle attacks also
Your phone is your key. External security keys will be obsolete very soon
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Im sorry but you have to
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You’re pretty much right. With Passkeys, all of your devices could be "authenticators" because your Passkey is synced between them. To login to a website would just be a quick biosecurity (or pin) check on that same device.
Some older devices, or public devices won’t be able to be an authenticator, so with a bluetooth proximity check, your authenticator device (phone) will do the biosecurity check on behalf of the other device
Currently Passkeys only sync on iOS devices, but soon they’ll sync with Android and Windows
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Obi Wan didn’t try to train him. He simply says "When the time comes he must be trained". Total click bait
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Tesla wasn’t nearly the first name in the EV market. And it certainly wasn’t a big name when it entered.
Im no sure if Tesla will keep the #1 spot but it does make the best EVs and as long as it can scale and provide affordable models it has a good chance