It's okay. I think that there is nothing wrong with password security, and brute-force protection works very well. But, random passwords are still more secure. Even though they aren't necessary currently, it is always helpful to be one step ahead.
Either way, the security isn't the main focus. It's just a benefit of using it. I think the main benefit of password-less authentication is a much improved user experience
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