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Passkeys are the Future of Internet Security

Passkeys will someday replace passwords for banking sites and other vulnerable websites that we access – and the sooner the better!

Passkeys are an alternative to passwords. With passkeys, there are no passwords to save or remember. Instead of a password, an ever-changing code (or key) is sent to your authenticator application on your smartphone or the physical passkey USB device that you would carry around on your keyring.

Passwords require you to either remember a password or use a password manager to log into a site, and therefore much more vulnerable to being hacked.

Passkeys aren’t necessarily replacements for password managers. It will be a long time before every website supports passkeys, so you’ll still need traditional passwords for years to come. All of the major banks are planning to implement passkeys as an alternative to passwords and may eventually eliminate the need for passwords altogether.

In the meantime, it’s more important than ever to consider using a software package that is much more than an anti-virus software and that is Malwarebytes Pro. Not only does Malwarebytes Pro offer real-time protection against viruses, but it also plays a vital role in keeping your computer safe by warning of malicious websites BEFORE it directs you to them and so much more.

Refresh Computers arranged for a special discount of $34.99 – that’s $10 off, the annual subscription for Malwarebytes. Send us an email at noviruses@refreshcomputers.net and we can send you a special access code to download the Malwarebytes Pro software on your computer. It is an advanced antivirus, anti-malware, and anti-spyware all-in-one package. It also removes annoying ads that follow you around. It’s easy to install but if you need any assistance at all, your friends here at Refresh Computers will assist you in setting it up for no additional fee.

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