iPhone/Android/Touchscreen Tip

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If you have a touch screen device that requires a password to unlock, and the location of the password is fixed on the screen, add repeating digits to you PIN. For obvious reasons.

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3 thoughts on “iPhone/Android/Touchscreen Tip

  1. Good info. I am constantly wiping my screen because I hate those smudges but now I am vindicated. A little.

  2. Of course, if the password protection designers were interested in security the least little bit, they would throw up the 10 keys in a different and random pattern each time…

    Just sayin’

  3. How embarrassing! Advertisements for magnetic perpetual motion machines appearing on Science Blogs!
    “Hojomotor” is an actual scam – so why are Science Blogs allowing them to advertise?

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