In-Phone Activity Proves To Be A Better Safety Lock Than An Actual Password

In-Phone Activity Proves To Be A Better Safety Lock Than An Actual Password
technology

New system can identify you by how you interact within your device's interface.

Ross Brooks
  • 8 april 2014

Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a security system that keeps your phone safe, even if someone manages to get past your extremely complicated swipe pattern or password. The new features knows how you would normally interact with your phone, and if it detects any irregular patterns, will lock down your phone to keep it safe from unwelcome guests.

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