5 Steps For Securing Your Smartphone With OneFaceIn

August 17, 2016 OneFaceIn
OneFaceIn, Biometric Password Manager

Security is often overlooked when handling our smartphone devices. From mobile banking and investing, to email and social media, our personal information has made its way into the palm of our hands. These devices can be lost or stolen when we least expect it, leaving our information at the disposal of prying eyes. That is, without the proper security protocols and protection of course. Because we pride ourselves on the highest level of innovation and user experience for securing mobile devices, we have created a list of 5 easy steps to secure your smartphone with OneFaceIn.

OneFaceIn is a biometric password vault using face and voice recognition to authenticate your identity.

Once your identity is confirmed, users are granted access to log in to their smartphone’s protected applications. OneFaceIn works on all Android 5.0 and newer devices and can be downloaded in the Google Play store today! Enjoy your first 30 days free!

1. Biometric Enrollment

After downloading OneFaceIn, enroll your biometrics by opening the “OFI” app on your device and beginning the enrollment process. Find a quiet, well lit area, center your face in the oval screen, and repeat the phrase “Log me in OneFaceIn” three times. By speaking clearly and slowly, you are sure to have a successful enrollment! OneFaceIn has live feedback icons guiding your enrollment process, letting you know if your surrounding environment is too loud or dark.

2. Login Information

After enrolling your face and voice biometrics, OneFaceIn asks for your name and email in addition to a master password as a backup measure. We recommend a password that is at least twelve characters with a mix of upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols. Such a password can be randomly generated or developed from a phrase converted into an acronym with letters, numbers, and symbols. Password phrases are easy to remember as well as highly secure. Your master password cannot be reset if you happen to forget it as OneFaceIn has no access to it, ensuring that you are the only one with access to your credentials!

3. Auto Form Filling

In order for OneFaceIn to automatically fill in passwords, you must first enable the service in the Android accessibility settings. Scroll to the bottom of the accessibility screen in your settings and turn on “OFI Password Filling.” This is crucial for a quick and convenient experience!

4. Add Your Favorite Apps and Websites

By clicking the plus sign in the OneFaceIn credential management screen’s lower right corner, you can add credentials for any and all apps currently on your device, as well as any websites you visit. When adding apps and websites, be sure to enter the correct username and password for each platform to ensure successful auto form filling. Now, when you open an app or visit a website, OneFaceIn will automatically fill in your login information and grant you secure access!

5. Adjust Your Security Settings

OneFaceIn allows you to control your settings to ensure you maintain your desired tradeoff between convenience and security by clicking the menu bar in the top left, and navigating to the settings option. You can adjust your security levels and authentication methods depending on your personal preferences. Higher security levels require precise biometric recognition and may take longer to authenticate successfully. You can also turn on “liveness detection” to detect face motion and protect against still frames.

Check out OneFaceIn today in the Google Play Store!

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