Multi-factor authentication is an extra layer of security to your online accounts. It protects your credential from getting stolen by cybercriminals. This technique requires users to provide at least two factors of authentication for login to our online accounts.
Face recognition technologies are capable of recognizing faces in pictures or videos. When taking a selfie with your smartphone, most people have probably noticed that the photo app automatically focuses the image or the focus. It does this by recognizing and localizing the face.
QR Code is the abbreviation for Quick Response Code and stands for a quick way to a response or answer that can be retrieved with a code. The QR Code originated in the automotive industry in 1994, when a solution was sought for better marking of various car components. A solution that could store more characters than barcodes. The software developers at Denso invented the QR code process. The subsidiary Denso Wave took over the official development of the QR code technology. At that time, QR codes were used exclusively in production logistics, but nowadays they are used across a wide range of industries.
The Covid-19 pandemic has popularized e-commerce. Many business people have turned their sales of the product to an online platform. While online shopping seems to be a safe option during this lockdown period, on the other hand, the payment method for these purchases still needs to be updated.
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