An Amazing Feature about Face Unlock
At the present Face Unlock, a latest security feature contained by Google’s new Ice Cream Sandwich Android inform that allocates handset holders to unlock their device to use Android’s face credit abilities, seems to go through on or after an question that will let a photo the handset holder to unlock a device, a new video posted to SoyaCincau.com suggests. So, security concerns were initial lifted up on the time when the feature was exposed at the Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus launch in Hong Kong last month, where is was argued that a photo could with no trouble bypass Google’s new security gauge.
On the other hand Koushik Dutta (Koush), the lead developer of well-liked Android aftermarket firmware CyanogenMod, mentioned at the time that “the face recognition unlock thing is really easily hackable. Explain it a photo”. Though, Google’s Android-focused Developer Advocate Tim Bray, was rapid to show that it was not the case, and that people should provide the search huge some credit.
SoyaCincau presents evidence in the form of a video that was recorded at a recent Samsung event, where the Galaxy Nexus and the new Galaxy Note were on display. To use a photo taken on the Note and setting the Galaxy Nexus to recognise his face, Android’s Face Unlock feature was bypassed three times to show to show the issue. If it is authentic and the feature can be defeated using a photograph, Android device owners running the new Ice Cream Sandwich update may have to be a little more vigilant and ensure that they utilize extra security do so that their devices cannot be accessed if they are taken with no permission.