Microsoft expanding Innovative method to login on tablets

Jan 23, 2012, by admin

Software monster, Microsoft is arranging  to expand  a innovative way to log in to its tablet computers instead of ritual way of typing software.

The group is working on a device  in which it will permit  users to log in utilizing motions  on the screen. A user will be able to decide  a photo and carry out  certain motions  in the right order of taps, lines, and circles in order to log in.

Some are raising questions on the security  of the system but as many users respond  on simple predictable passwords, the motion  based system could confirm to be more secure than passwords. The group admits that smudges on the screen or recording devices could allow others to resolve the motions but said that the risks are very low

Forecasters  say that the system is not safe enough as the motions on a screen of a tablet can be recorded from a distance by anyone. Group officials have said on the Building Windows 8 blog that there are some methods to break the safety  under the system but the presence of a immense number of password combinations could make the system more secure than the password system used in most mechanisms.

The group  has liberated a video showing Microsoft program manager Zach Pace logging in to a tablet with a family photo by various motions on the picture. The demonstration also shows an option to switch to regular password login.