Mozilla plans to enable the FIDO U2F API for all Firefox users since U2F is more widespread than WebAuthn at the moment:
– WebAuthn is an official W3C Recommendation for one month and offers more secure authentication
– FIDO U2F (Universal 2nd Factor) offers secure second factor authentication and is roughly the predecessor of WebAuthn
– Firefox 60 brings support for WebAuthn
I rated 'The Grass is Greener' 8/10
my favorite secure note-taking app and evernote replacement, standard notes, has introduced an option for ppl who can’t afford it https://standardnotes.org/help/56/what-if-i-can-t-afford-the-price-of-extended
“…we realize that excluding those who can't currently afford the price we deem sustainable can lead to a sort of "efficiency impoverishment" cycle, where those without the financial means to acquire best-in-class tools are locked in a place where they can't produce best-in-class work.”
everyone has a right to privacy 🖤
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