Today we’re had using the most popular browser like Chrome or Firefox to sign into your Google account with a security password key.
Google has transitioned to utilizing the new standard Authentication for hardware based sign-in, which makes your key useful in Mozilla Firefox, Edge along with other browsers which rely on format.
Might be helpful if you want to check your Gmail on other PC and would rather not install Chrome or punch in a password.
As the crucial registration procedure still relies on the old Universal Second Factor standard, you’ll need to use Chrome to add a key to your account. It is going to take a while before it is possible to rely exclusively on a 3rd party browser. It could not be so long before you can assume that your key will work at anywhere, there’s an available port or Bluetooth connection.