Re: [webauthn] Handling unwanted or unsupported attestation formats (#1485)

Thanks all for the clarification. For my own library I think accepting unsupported attestations as an 'unknown' type with the verification resulting in a "none" attestation type is a valid approach then, with an option to enable strict compliance to the supported attestation types.

One of the reason's I use "best-effort" attestation is to determine the authenticator's device name and aid the user in automatically naming the registered key something like "Yubikey 5".

> I've opened [Bug 1665466]( at Firefox for the Firefox bug - sorry that it's in the way!

Thanks, I suspected this was a bug but wasn't sure.

> @madwizard-thomas , Can you also specify Windows 10 version?

It's windows 10 Pro version 2004.

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