Apple shared the details of passwordless authentication as part of the WWDC 2022 event it held the other day. Emphasizing password-free technologies since 2021, the technology giant stated that it can use Apple Passkeys for the first time this year.
Password-free future becomes reality with Apple Passkeys
During the WWDC 2022 event, Apple unveiled the Apple Passkeys it developed to eliminate passwords. The new feature will offer users the opportunity to log in to their account via biometric authentication.
According to Apple’s statement during the event, the purpose of Passkeys is not to remove passwords, but to bring more security to accounts. The technology giant said that Passkeys is encrypted with a biometric identity and unlike passwords, it cannot be cracked with special software.
According to the information at WWDC, the ability to use biometric login on different devices will completely change the password culture. Let’s not ignore that the company has designed Passkeys for both apps and devices.
In theory, Face ID and Touch ID will replace login credentials to access apps, websites, and programs on an iPhone, iPad, MacBook, or iMac. The technology giant also wants to use Passkeys on Android, Linux and Windows platforms.
“With Apple Passkeys, you can sign in to a non-Apple device and sign in to a website or app using just your iPhone. We look forward to a passwordless future.” Although Apple has created a system for biometric login; It will take some time for websites, apps, and other platforms to integrate Passkeys. So even if passwordless technologies are real, we will continue to use passwords for a while.
The cargo flight that SpaceX planned to launch to the International Space Station was canceled after the giant error in the Dragon capsule. SpaceX, which plans to take some vehicles to the ISS for NASA’s research, said that it discovered critical problems in the rocket engine.
SpaceX is experiencing leaking issues with its Dragon capsule
The CRS-25 flight, the latest example of cooperation between NASA and SpaceX, has been cancelled. The Dragon capsule, which was planned to go to the ISS with the Falcon 9 rocket on
June 10 under normal conditions, failed to pass the final checks. According to SpaceX’s statement, there were problems with hydrazine, which is used as a propellant and oxidizer.
In a statement from the company, hydrazine was detected in an isolated area of the Cargo Dragon spacecraft. This indicates that there may be an open in the Draco rocket engine system. However, the report stated that the propellant and oxidizer were successfully
discharged from the isolated area.
The Draco engine used in the Dragon capsule makes it possible for the spacecraft to maneuver by entering orbit. Leaks in the isolated area may prevent the rocket from maneuvering and may even cause it to explode.
“The propellant and oxidizer have been evacuated to support future investigations and tests. Once the exact source and cause of the problems are determined, NASA and SpaceX teams will set and announce a new target launch date.”
SpaceX would send cargo for NASA’s EMIT program. This program forms part of the work to track climate change. finanza.no The agency wants to study mineral dust from Earth’s arid regions and analyze the effects of dust carried in the atmosphere from
deserts on Earth. Also, although a new launch date has not been set, engineers aboard the ISS are training to help Dragon dock. These names include Jessica Watkins of NASA and
Samantha Cristoforetti of the European Space Agency.