27.05.2024

“Keychain” iCloud on Windows has learned to generate passwords for two-factor protection

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Daria Gromova

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iCloud on Windows has learned to generate passwords for two-factor security

The iCloud password manager, which launched on Windows last August, has received a useful new feature. He learned how to generate passwords for two-factor authentication when updating the iCloud app to version 13.4. -windows-nauchilas-generirovat-paroli-dlja-dvuhfaktornoj-zashhity-017e9cc.jpg” alt=”iCloud on Windows learned how to generate passwords for two-factor security” />

You can now use your Windows PC to sign in to a site that uses two-factor authentication from another device with the same Apple ID. Currently, all features related to generating and autofilling passwords online are only available on Windows as extensions for Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

In addition, iCloud 13.4 for Windows added support for password-protected notes, a feature designed to secure storage of data such as banking information, passwords from safes, and the location of documents.

You can download the latest version of the application from the Microsoft Store.

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