FastAccess App for Secure Password Storing
If you’re clever enough, you usually use a difficult password, that can be hardly hacked, for every important website you log in to. If you’re a common human being like the rest of us, you must be tired of remembering all the passwords you use, be it for your 3-4 emails, your social media accounts, bank PINs and so on. Here’s a solution coming! FastAccess application. This very software product (that can be used both on mobile devices and personal computers) provides the one of best solutions for your logs the very moment it recognizes your face.
There are several products on the market already that use face recognition technology like Face Unlock from Google Corporation, but they all seem to be juniors in comparison with FastAccess. And now I will try to explain you why.
The existing security apps primary uses only one level of protection: face recognition technologies or gestures/ password patterns. FastAccess has a two-level authentication process. First of all you will need to set up a connect-the-dots gesture pattern and later the application will identify your face only after entering the right sequence. Besides, to avoid the photo recognition the application reads the face expression in dynamics. FastAccess is developed in such a way that it may track from 400 to 10000 different points of your face and control your face expressions in move.
So, if anyone wants to hack your personal computer, smartphone or email account he or she will have to fake two things: your gesture code (by the way, the control panel of it appears on different place every time so that no one could repeat your “hand prints” on the screen) and your moving (not steady!) face. I don’t think it is an easy task, don’t you?
Another very important thing about the software product is that it can be used by different users on one device. For example, you have a pc at home and you and your wife or mother or brother also has an access to it. Just set up the application in a way it locks your data automatically the moment you leave your working place. And next time anyone appears in front of the camera, the application will again scan everything and will grant the necessary access to a particular person.
Not only does FastAccess gives you an access to your pc or phone, but it can be used for logging in to the secure sites as well.
What concerns the level of data encryption, 256-bit AES keys system will be used to secure credentials of every user. All the data is stored on the separate SensibleVision’s servers. Besides, the company uses a single master key for each user accounts instead of using entire database encryption. It means that if someone’s account gets hacked (just agree that there is no 100% secure system today) the personal data of the other users will still be safe and will not be affected anyhow.
As I told previously, the FastAccess application can be used on your Windows run personal computer (it works well with Firefox, Chrome, IE), Mac (Safari browser, Chrome support is coming), Android (even though they already have Face Unlock app, it is advisable to use FastAccess app) and iOS-based phones. Pricing will be the following: Windows version – about 20$, Mac – 7$, iOS and Android apps – 3$.