Twitter has released a new update that allows hardware security keys to be used when logging in from mobile devices. The social network confirmed that switching to a new security protocol last year has meant that it is now able to offer the same level of robust protection to mobile users as it does to those logging in via desktop PCs and laptops.

Hardware security keys were initially rolled out by Twitter in 2018, allowing desktop users of the social media platform to utilize a physical authentication option. However, some technical limitations meant that this approach wasn’t supported outside of the Twitter web app.





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