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Ariella
Ariella
5/20/2016 2:48:48 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
@kbode Some of these things already exist. There are 8 listed here. 

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KBode
KBode
5/20/2016 2:24:44 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
Absolutely! Huge benefit for the disabled.

Personally I'm eager for the point where I can just THINK about something happening and it happens. Not sure I'll live to 2035 to see that technology happen, however. :)

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Ariella
Ariella
5/20/2016 2:16:25 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
< I've rarely if ever found it useful in the home, where a traditional remote works just as well as any other input device.> @Kbode that's the way I'd feel about it, as well. But I suppose that it can be helpful for people who are visually impaired or who have some difficulty pressing buttons. 

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KBode
KBode
5/20/2016 2:13:24 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
The only time I've used voice commands is in my Mazda for hands-free calling of a specific person. I've rarely if ever found it useful in the home, where a traditional remote works just as well as any other input device.

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KBode
KBode
5/20/2016 2:11:01 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
It really doesn't help when Samsung and other companies keep getting caught transmitting snippets of conversations and othe data unencrypted.

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Ariella
Ariella
5/20/2016 10:27:18 AM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
@Joe, It's my daughter's tablet -- not mine --so I don't touch the settings. As far as I know she doesn't try to use the voice features, so she may as well leave it off. It's also odd that it just speaks up out of nowhere, not necessarily when people in the same room are talking. 

I'm wondering, Joe, what particular advantage do you find to the voice-control for the TV? Does it respond to your voice only, so no one else can change the channel? Or do you just like not having to locate a remote device?

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
5/20/2016 10:04:16 AM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
@Ariella: Precisely why I have my devices set to not "listen" unless the button has been held down or it has otherwise been affirmatively activated.

This is also how our new voice-controlled TV remote control works -- but it still freaks me out a little for some reason, privacy-wise, even though it presumably has no additional capacity for spying as the smartphone I've had for a few years does.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
5/20/2016 10:01:58 AM
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Something you are, or something you do?
I question whether text-independent ID is truly a classic "something you are" biometric; it might be more along the lines of the nascent, 4th security element, "something you do" -- similar to typing patterns and the like.  Unlike with a password, a fingerprint, or a text-specific voiceprint, the security software processing the "something you do" element instead must rely on a lengthy process of gathering information about somebody before that person is able to register their login.  So too with text-independent ID, which requires a substantial collection of voice data over time.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/19/2016 8:35:47 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
As we march towards the "New IP", we have to embrace it as an opportunity to strengthen our skillset and enhance our understanding.    With a little common sense and understanding, it can be done.

 

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Ariella
Ariella
5/19/2016 6:44:24 PM
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Re: Multifactor authentication is going to be the future...
@kbode I hear you (but not in a literal sense)! I get freaked out a bit every time the tablet declares "Sorry, I didn't catch that." out of nowhere. It seems that listening is the default mode even though we don't use voice commands on it. 

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