Three major browser makers —Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla—have put their official backing behind a new W3C API called Web Authentication (WebAuthn) that is advertised as a reliable alternative to passwordless online authentication.
Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and the W3C have agreed today to unify all their documentation sites under one single roof, on Mozilla's MDN portal.
A new W3C standard is slowly creeping into current browser implementations, a standard that will simplify the way people make payments online.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has announced this past week its intention to promote the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) draft as an official standard in the upcoming future.
Sensors used to detect the level of ambient light can be used to steal browser data, according to privacy expert Lukasz Olejnik.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has elevated the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) to the status of "Proposed Recommendation," the last step before becoming an official W3C standard, pending a vote from its members.