Many of us now use our mobile devices for things like online banking, in crowded public places … the sort of places where it would be easy for sometime to sneak a peek as we enter our passcodes. Researchers from New Jersey’s Rutgers University, however, are working on a possible alternative to those typed codes. They’ve discovered that passwords consisting of hand gestures used to draw free-form lines on a smartphone or tablet screen are much more difficult for “shoulder surfers” to copy after seeing.
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