Microsoft has formally announced the death of passwords, at least on its services. Starting today, you can completely remove a password from your Microsoft account and use alternate methods instead.
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Microsoft's latest Windows 11 Insider Build is causing Windows Hello to fail but fortunately, this is a known issue and the Redmond giant has provided a temporary workaround to fix the issue.
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Microsoft has shared some statistics about the usage of passwordless technologies such as Windows Hello and Microsoft Authenticator, and has vowed to make passwords a thing of the past in 2021.
In a new blog post, Microsoft has highlighted several vulnerabilities present in PSTN-based multi-factor authentication (MFA) mechanisms such as SMS, and encouraged transition to app-based MFA.
Windows Hello is secure, but it also requires a compatible webcam and with hackers hijacking webcams, some manufacturers have started including a physical webcam cover that slides over the camera.
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Today, Microsoft announced that beginning today, you can use FIDO2 security keys to sign into your Microsoft account in the Edge browser. It requires the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Today, Microsoft announced Web Authentication for its in-house Edge web browser. Users will now be able to use Windows Hello and other methods for logging in via the company's browser.
Synaptics and AMD today announced a new joint initiative to build a fully isolated biometric authentication system based on AMD's Ryzen Mobile platforms and Microsoft's next-generation OS.
Microsoft has collaborated with the FIDO Alliance to offer a new Windows Hello FIDO2 Security Key feature. Currently, this feature is in limited preview with no timeline for a wider rollout available.
Microsoft and Fujitsu are partnering up yet again, this time to offer users a new way to login to their Windows 10 PCs. The new tech validates your identity by reading your unique palm vein map.
With the ever-changing landscape of cybersecurity, Microsoft believes that it's time to kill the password, and rely on other methods of biometric authentication, such as Windows Hello.
Security researchers have found a vulnerability in the implementation of facial recognition with Windows Hello on some versions of Windows 10 that allow an attacker to use a printout to unlock PCs.
Microsoft's new Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID only has a few differences from the company's Surface Keyboard, including Windows Hello. Here's our unboxing video of the new peripheral.
HP has revealed its latest all-in-one Windows 10 PCs, with 23.8- or 27-inch displays with up to 4K resolution, optional Windows Hello support, Kaby Lake processors, and up to 2TB storage and 16GB RAM.
Microsoft quietly revealed the Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID last month, and it's now available to buy in the US, priced at $129.99. However, its new Modern Mouse is still 'coming soon'.
Dell's new 24- and 27-inch all-in-one PCs include support for Windows Hello face recognition, and Cortana far-field speech support - but their ultra-thin bezels mean the cameras are below the display.
From Siri's speaker and Alexa's touch, to Android flagships, Teams work, big phish, Edge's edge in business, and an adventure in time and space, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Usually $349, the Transformer Mini is a 10.1-inch tablet that weighs just 790g with the included keyboard. It has 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and supports Windows Hello biometric authentication.
Today Kensington announced the release of VeriMark, a fingerprint sensor that plugs into a USB port and works with both Windows Hello and FIDO to provide multi-factor authentication to your account.
From CoD WWII and MS DNA, to AMD RX 500, juicy refunds, Apple injuries, Facebook mind-reading, Chrome's ad-blocker, and the return of the SNES, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
At its F8 developer conference, Facebook unveiled a feature called Delegated Account Recovery, which would act as a method to securely log into third party sites using your Facebook account.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced an "exclusive partnership" with Microsoft to trial the use of Windows Hello biometric authentication with customers of Lloyds Bank, Halifax, and Bank of Scotland.
Microsoft has filed a patent for a new eye scanning technology that will register multiple data points, increasing security by being able to distinguish a real eye from a photograph.
Logitech's BRIO webcam can record in 4K, 1080p at 60fps, and supports Windows Hello. At $199, it's everything that you could want in a webcam, and it's the best that you can buy. Here's our review.
The Transformer Mini is a 10.1-inch tablet that weighs just 790g with the included keyboard. It also comes with 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a pen, and supports Windows Hello biometric authentication.
Logitech's new BRIO webcam supports Windows Hello facial recognition, 1080p60 and 4K streaming and recording, and more. Here's our unboxing and hands on video of the new device.
Logitech says that the BRIO was designed to be "the Tesla of webcams", featuring multiple field of view and connectivity options, HDR and 4K support, Windows Hello facial recognition, and more.
One of India's leading online wallets FreeCharge now has Windows Hello support for Windows 10 devices. The update also brings late payment support as well as QR payments for the platform.
From privacy problems and foldable phones, to Lumias de-listed, pornographic insights, Windows Goodbye, unlimited limits, and Microsoft's Maluuba, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has shone a spotlight on Windows Hello partner devices with the company noting that there were over 100 unique devices and accessories available during the 2016 holiday season.
According to a new report, Microsoft may be looking to make Windows Hello authentication faster on Windows 10 Mobile devices, by removing a rather useless "winking" animation in the Creators Update.
The PC is interesting again, and although Intel no longer plays the most important role in the story, it certainly brings enough to the table to enable manufacturers to come up with creative designs.
Microsoft is now considering whether Windows Hello - its password-free biometric authentication platform for iris, fingerprint and facial recognition on Windows 10 - is ready to come out of beta.
Microsoft has announced three new USB biometric devices from BIO-key. The Windows Hello compatible hardware is available at Microsoft Stores and micosoftstore.com.
In an effort to bolster cyber security, HSBC are giving business customers the ability to provide selfies as a method of identity verification when opening new accounts and speed up the process.
Microsoft has released a bunch of new drivers for its high-end Windows 10 devices, focusing on their cameras, following another firmware and driver update rollup for both devices earlier this month.
Acer has announced its new TravelMate X3 series of notebooks, which it says are "perfect for professionals and small businesses", including Windows Hello support via the integrated fingerprint sensor.