Whether you call it a squiggle, doodle or free form gesture, the act of drawing a curvy line in lieu of typing a four digit code is getting positive reviews from researchers, software developers and users. Researchers at Rutgers University found free form shapes are more secure than standard passwords and surprisingly easy to remember. Biometric Signature ID reports on their success with millions of uses and how the users drawing patterns are analyzed so only the registered user can gain access to a virtual asset. Biometric Signature ID also reports on the high user acceptance rate of 98% and how many users find drawing their patterns is a fun experience.
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