February 7, 2023
iOS 16.3 Beta and macOS 13.2 Beta Introduce Hardware Security Key Support for Apple ID

iOS 16.3 Beta and macOS 13.2 Beta Introduce Hardware Security Key Support for Apple ID

Posted December 14, 2022 at 7:45pm by iClarified · 3786 views
The new iOS 16.3 and macOS 13.2 betas released today have introduced hardware security key support for Apple ID.

For users who opt in, Security Keys strengthens Apple's two-factor authentication by requiring a hardware security key as one of the two factors. This takes two-factor authentication even further, preventing even an advanced attacker from obtaining a user's second factor in a phishing scam.

Security Keys
A FIDO Certified security key is third-party hardware that you can use to verify your identity when you sign in.

● Strongest account security
Physical security keys provide strong protection against phishing and unauthorized access to your account.

● Replaces verification codes
A physical security key replaces verification codes sent to your devices when signing in or resetting your password.

Developers can get the iOS 16.3 beta or macOS 13.2 beta from the link below...

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iOS 16.3 Beta and macOS 13.2 Beta Introduce Hardware Security Key Support for Apple ID

iOS 16.3 Beta and macOS 13.2 Beta Introduce Hardware Security Key Support for Apple ID
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