Microsoft to Let Users Go Passwordless
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After running a pilot program earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it would let users remove the passwords from their Microsoft accounts and go passwordless.
Under the new passwordless option, Microsoft will instead allow users to choose other authentication options, including security keys, verification codes sent via email or SMS, the Windows Hello biometric system, or the Microsoft Authenticator Mobile app. (Catalin Cimpanu / The Record)
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