While the current text shown by Safari during a WebAuthn assertion [navigator.get()] makes sense in the context of a sign-in, it inhibits using the feature for other use cases such as payment authorization or step-up authentication. When invoking WebAuthn during these use cases, the current text displayed on the dialog presented by the browser leads to confusion ("Do you want to sign-in to example.com using firstname.lastname@example.org").
Other browsers are using text that is somewhat more generic, enabling such use-cases:
* "Use your security key with example.com"
* "example.com wants to authenticate you using a registered security key"
* "For security, ~application~ needs to verify your identity"
Would it be possible to consider displaying a message that is slightly more generic during the navigator.get() operation, enabling additional WebAuthn use cases other than sign-in?