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Microsoft’s Password Management Capabilities in Authenticator App Made Available to General Use

Microsoft recently announced the release of new features such as “password management and autofill capability” in their Authenticator app for mobile devices. The app also supports two-factor authentication and is compatible on both Android and iOS devices.

The feature that allows users to use the Microsoft Authenticator app to save passwords and automatically populate sign-in fields was in the beta stage up until December. However, its use was restricted to only to users with Microsoft accounts. Enterprise customers could however, get access to the feature by placing a request.

It is to be noted that organizations can only enable the password management and autofill capability for either all of their users or for none of them. The feature works best on the Microsoft Edge browser and will work on Google Chrome with the help of an extension.

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