Microsoft is taking one more step to make its Authenticator app a full-fledged free alternative to mainstream password managers. The latest update lets you generate strong passwords in autofill.
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Microsoft Authenticator is adding a new autofill feature for passwords in beta form. The feature currently syncs passwords only via Microsoft accounts across desktop and mobile platforms.
Microsoft Authenticator will soon let iOS users replace the in-built keychain feature for managing passwords. Users will be able to sync credentials across platforms through their Microsoft accounts.
Microsoft has updated the Authenticator app for Android with account management features, that lets users update security information, review recent activity, and change passwords right from the app.
Google has rolled out a major update for its Authenticator app that adds a dark theme, improves the UI/UX, and adds an import/export tool to easily transfer synced accounts between devices.
The Microsoft Authenticator app is being updated for iOS TestFlight users, enabling users to change passwords, update security questions, and view recent activity. The wider rollout will happen soon.
Microsoft is updating the Authenticator app on Android and iOS to add security notifications. Sensitive changes such as password changes and unusual logins will trigger a notification on the app.
At its Ignite 2018 conference keynote today, Microsoft announced a number of new security features, such as improvements for Microsoft Secure Score, and new features for Authenticator.
After a few weeks of beta testing, Microsoft Authenticator is now officially available on Apple Watch as part of version 6.0.1 of the app. It lets you approve sign-in notifications on your smartwatch.
Microsoft today announced that it is making available a public preview of the Microsoft Authenticator companion app for Apple Watch. You need to be enrolled as a Beta tester to be able to try it out.
Microsoft announced today that it's adding account backup and recovery to its Authenticator app on iOS, and it's available for beta testers now. The feature will come to Android later this year.
Twitter today announced that those with two-factor authentication enabled on their account can finally use a third-party app, rather than having to have a text message sent to them.
Microsoft today updated its Authenticator app on Android, with the main new feature being support for fingerprint scanners. The changelog for version 6.1.7 doesn't list any other new features.
Microsoft is simplifying two-factor authentication by allowing users to log in to their Microsoft accounts without a password, via its Authenticator app on iOS and Android - but not on Windows phones.
Microsoft released a new beta version of its Authenticator application for iOS today, bringing the version number to 5.3.2. It adds icons, profile pictures, and it has some bug fixes.
Microsoft today updated its Authenticator beta app on iOS to version 5.1, bringing the ability to edit accounts, as well as re-order them. The new feature is already available on Windows and Android.
After the feature showed up in beta versions of the app a few weeks ago, phone sign-in is now generally available on iOS and Android, although there's no word on Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft issued the first major update today for its Authenticator beta apps on iOS and Android. The app can now be used for signing into your Microsoft account right from your phone.
After five months in beta and three months of broken promises, Microsoft's Authenticator app for Windows 10 Mobile is finally out of beta. It comes as an update to Azure Authenticator.
Microsoft seeded a new beta of its Authenticator app for iOS today, bringing the version number to 4.1.0. The update finally adds the ability to receive push notifications for Microsoft accounts.
After releasing the Microsoft Authenticator app a week and a half ago, the company has updated its beta app on iOS to include support for adding personal Microsoft accounts and more.
In a TechNet blog post today, Microsoft confirmed that the Microsoft Authenticator app will arrive for Windows phones later this week. The company also provided an update on the iOS and Android apps.
As promised, Microsoft has released its new Authenticator app for iOS and Android today. The app is designed to make two-factor authentication easier, and it replaces the old Azure Authenticator app.
Microsoft has announced that its new Authenticator app will be available for iOS, Android, and Windows from August 15. The app will combine consumer authentication with Azure Active Directory.
Microsoft has been working on its Windows 10 Mobile Authenticator and users can take a sneak peek at the new beta version. Once final it will include support for push notifications and Windows Hello.
Microsoft is opening up the Windows Hello platform to other OEMs. They'll now be able to build wearables and devices to sign you into your PC securely and conveniently, without a password.