[Pauldotcom] Android: pattern security lock vs. 4 characters PIN from a security side
mike.mikemiller at gmail.com
Thu Sep 16 17:57:27 UTC 2010
I wonder if voice pattern recondition is mature enough for a security
lock on a phone? I remember at one point their was an app that used
the shape and pattern of your eye to unlock your phone.
On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Champ Clark III [Softwink]
<champ at softwink.com> wrote:
>> On 9/14/10, Michael Miller <mike.mikemiller at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I have noticed when you don't clean the screen after using the phone.
>> > You can see the pattern on the screen if you look closely. So I clean
>> > my screen on my shirt or some other material that will not scratch the
>> > screen. One down side to the pattern lock IMO, is the default setting
>> > that displays the pattern after you unlock your phone. You can of
>> > course turn that off, IMO that should be the default.
>> > My question to add to this thread is, has anyone seen open source
>> > remote wipe software for Android or the iPhone?
> One thing I was ponder the other day, I wonder if anyone has
> done a "study" on the most "common patterns" used. I'll bet a large
> percent use a "square" pattern or something like a letter.. Like the
> letter "S".... That's "S" as in "Secure" :)
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