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The leading Korean company of Android, Samsung, re-registers a security method: The reading of hands.
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How many times have we forgotten the passwords that protect our terminals? Surely many, hence Samsung wants to end this problem with a new patent very peculiar. A new security method will come to Android based on hand reading.
It is very important that you know that it will not be an unlocking method as such, but another security measure. The Samsung company boasts of having 5 methods to unlock their Galaxy: the iris scanner, the fingerprint reader, the face scan, the pin and the password.
Due to this new patent the answer to the password suggestion will be in the palm of your hand.
The lines of our hands are unique and different in each person, assuming a guarantee for that user who requests a password suggestion be the original owner of the terminal.
The patent describes the process beginning with a photograph in the palm of our hand. Then to get a hint of your password, the terminal will scan that palm and give us the clue.
However, this method has its lights and its shadows since a photograph of our palm is not entirely reliable, no matter how much the lines of our hand are different from everything and on the other hand we do not obtain the unlocking of the device as such, but a track for an already established password. Hence we win and lose in some parts related to security.
The Samsung company at the moment is more focused on emulating the famous Face ID of the new iPhone X. On the other hand the company has not specified the time it will take to implement this method or in which terminals. Although it is not very complicated to include it via software.
Hence, we only have to wait. This is a new security method for the benefit of customers who place great importance on security. It would not be strange to see this in the future Galaxy S9