The W3C Web Authentication API is a specification that defines an API for creating and using strong, attested, cryptographic scoped credentials for authenticating users in web applications. Credentials are created and stored on an authenticator by the user agent, which mediates access to scoped credentials. Authenticators ensure that no operations are performed on the application without the consent of the user.
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