Passkeys are more secure than passwords for several reasons. Unlike passwords, passkeys are automatically generated by your device and are always strong. They cannot be easily guessed by attackers. Additionally, passkeys cannot be phished because the private key, which is essential for authentication, remains on your device. This makes passkeys highly resistant to social engineering scams. Even if a website or app is breached, attackers can only access your public key, which is useless without the corresponding private key. In contrast, passwords can be exposed in data breaches if not properly protected. Password reuse also poses a risk, as attackers can exploit this practice through credential stuffing attacks. However, passkeys are both strong and unique, eliminating the possibility of one passkey granting access to multiple accounts. Not only are passkeys highly secure, but they are also extremely convenient to use. You don't need to manually create a password or remember complex combinations. To sign in, you simply verify your identity using biometrics (such as fingerprints or face recognition) or by entering your device's password or PIN.