Posted by : brij fbEducator Wednesday, 9 May 2018


The latest version of the Firefox web browser is out. Despite Firefox 60 being a perfectly round number, this isn’t really a milestone release, especially compared to Firefox Quantum which dropped a few months back. Still, there’s some nuggets worth getting excited about. Perhaps the biggest feature dropping in Firefox 60 is support for the WebAuthn standard, which allows you to authenticate against online services using a hardware token, like the ubiquitous Yubikey. Firefox is (at the time of writing) the only browser to actually support WebAuthn, which means support for the standard is fairly limited across the web. Regardless,…

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