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Face ID versus Secret key versus pin versus Fingerprint : Which is The Best Way to Lock Your Smartphone?

Face ID versus Secret key versus pin versus Fingerprint : Which is The Best Way to Lock Your Smartphone?

Posted by on October 6, 2019 0

With the measure of individual information we keep on our telephones, security is basic. Android telephones are encoded as a matter of course, and give various techniques to locking and opening them.

Some are more secure, while others more convenient to use.

So we are wondering which is the best secure way to unlock your device?

Pin Code: A PIN code is a simple alternative to a password. A strong PIN code can be difficult to remember, but easier to enter than a password. Android allows PINs of up to 16 digits, which equates to 10 quadrillion combinations.

Most people are more likely to choose a four digit PIN which may be difficult to guess so long as you don’t use something obvious like 1234 or 5555.

Pattern Lock: The pattern lock requires you to draw a pattern on a grid of nine dots. You need to join between four and all nine horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. It is easy to use, simple and likely predictable.

Pattern lock is only recommended if you don’t have a fingerprint ID scanner and you dislike Pin codes.

Finger Print ID: Fingerprint sensors are now so common you even get them in many entry-level phones. It has become the preferred unlock method for many. It is fast and secure but fingers are not always position in the right spot. Some phones even support fingerprint gestures.

Password: In my opinion, a randomly generated long password is still the most secure way to lock a phone.. A strong password—or better yet, a passphrase—can be difficult if not impossible to crack, and will ensure your phone and everything on it remains safe.

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Face ID Recognition: Fast and unlocks your phone with just a glance. Not very secure in its current form.

Which unlock technology do you think is more secure to use and which do you currently use?




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