iOS 16.3 Release Comes With Support For Hardware Security Keys To Address Phishing Attacks

iOS 16.3 has been released by Apple, arriving with support for hardware security keys to provide extra protection against phishing attacks.

Hardware security keys are physical devices resembling thumb drives used as part of the verification process of two-factor authentication for Apple IDs instead of the six-digit code.

Security keys can be stored in a wallet and must be close to the device to log in, thus providing better protection against hackers attempting to log into the account remotely.


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