Android Security Keys: Now you can Hold 2FA Keys on Your Smartphone

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Mobile devices running on Android 7.0 or higher can now hold two factor authentication (2FA) security keys, following Google’s release of a new android security feature in beta.

This means that any android device running version 7.0 or above can operate in the same manner as a 2FA USB-based security key.

The new security key feature being trialled on Android devices uses Bluetooth to communication with the device you are trying to connect to. A notification will be sent to your device requesting that you confirm it is indeed you who wishes to sign into that particular account.

If the user tries

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