EYEBALL PASSWORD

EyeLock-Myris2

“No more usernames. No more passwords.
One look is all it takes to verify your identity .
Every password you use ,now you can replaced it on your eyeball!!!
Company “myris” converted one kind characteristic of your eye into encrypted code unique only to you. This device is size of hand ball ,key to success is that this special device does not storage any data, even your eye image , so you will not worry about someone stealing your password, furthermore it is more uniq and secure than face recognition voice recognition finger prints recognition and 3 time better than apple touch id.Cyber industry facts:

The cyber security space is fastest growing tech sector

  • A 30,000 foot view of the market last year
  • The worldwide cyber security market is estimated from $77 billion in 2015 to $170 billion by 2020.
  • The U.S. government has spent $100 billion on cyber security in last 10 years and has $14 billion budget for cyber security in 2016.

This company has potential to gain huge share of this market , this technology is unique
and probably we will meet with this technology in Poland in close future.In my opinion it will be hard to encourage pople to use it and for ordinary customer it is to expensive , and it need customization ,Secound obstacle is the service , when it brokes what then , I will have it send it to USA to fix it  and I will be unsecure or I will lost access to my accounts,by the way as customer of lenovo which send broken compter from poland to germany for 3 weeks , I will never buy anithing without good customer serviceanymore , especially personal things like phone ,computer or PASSWORDS

Setup
You plug the USB-based device into any available Windows or Mac port. On the PC, both Windows 7 and Windows 8, the system sees Myris as an external hard drive.

the price Myris is ($279.99) How much is worth security for you and for big corporation? It is possible to brake the system ?Would you use it?

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5 thoughts on “EYEBALL PASSWORD

  1. nataliafigas nataliafigas says:

    I have never used fingerprints recognition which is built into my computer so no one convinces me to buy another recognition device. As you mentioned: it is very expensive and the problems with customer service are crucial.
    However, it is good for memory training to remember all this passwords 🙂

  2. filipgrudzewski filipgrudzewski says:

    All biometric passwords are tempting because it’s really hard to fake them but from the other hand in some cases it might be dangerous to have them. E.g.: when police has your fingerprint and you have your phone secured like that. Then they can search through it which might be unsafe if you have incriminating informations on it.

  3. bergman.wendy bergman.wendy says:

    Hmm it’s so tempting to have something remember the passwords for you, or even better you be the password for something. For an average person this might be a convenient solution if it’s not crazy expensive. However for a Millionaire this might be risky, someone could abduct him only to get his eyeball in order to crack the code.

  4. Catherine Świątek Catherine Świątek says:

    I totally agree with Wendy. Majority of people with average income would not buy this and if I was a wealthy person I would be afraid of what Wendy mentioned. What is more, remembering passwords keeps our memory and brain in shape.

  5. swieboda1990 says:

    Personally, I do not like this idea. First of all, it is kind of expensive while I presume that it works similarly to Apple’s fingerprint scanner while of course having much better sensors. It is or will be crackable exactly like iPhone’s fingerprint scanner creating a fake fingerprint from a very good photo.
    After writing this part of a comment I checked actual device: the reviews are rather poor and as of now You can buy it for $17.99 which indicates that there is something very wrong with it.

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