OpenSSH now supports FIDO U2F security keys for 2-factor authentication

Here's excellent news for sysadmins. You can now use a physical security key as hardware-based two-factor authentication to securely log into a remote system via SSH protocol. OpenSSH, one of the most widely used open-source implementations of the Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, yesterday announced the 8.2 version of the software that primarily includes two new significant security enhancements.Source...

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Android Users Can Now Log in to Google Services Using Fingerprint

If you're using Chrome on Android, you can now sign-in to your Google account and some of the other Google services by simply using your fingerprint, instead of typing in your password every time. Google is rolling out a new feature, called "local user verification," that allows you to log in to both native applications and web services by registering your fingerprint or any other methodSource...

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