Today Mozilla has launched their new password-free login system Mozilla Persona, into its first public beta stage of development. Allowing users to easily login to a number of site without the need to remember password and user details.
Mozilla Persona beta development stage is currently being offered to users and anyone who is interested in signing up, for free worldwide, and already support 25 languages.
“At Mozilla, we believe that your online identity should belong exclusively to you. With that in mind, we created Persona to improve the way you sign in to websites. Persona allows you to sign in to sites using an email address you choose. So, instead of having to manage multiple usernames and passwords across your favorite sites and devices, you’ll have more time to do the important stuff. We’ll manage the details!”
Mozilla Persona is support in a number of browser including : Internet Explorer 8 and 9, as well as the latest stable releases of Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera on the desktop; Mobile Safari on iOS 5.x and up; as well as Android’s default browser 2.x and up; Chrome and Mozilla.
If you fancy giving the new password-free system a go head over to the Mozilla website to signup and create your account. For more information jump over to the Mozilla Persona website.
Source: MozillaFiled Under: Technology News, Top News