It is not secure to keep the ID and passwords as written memo, there is chance of other persons can see the data. Sometimes you may forget the ID and ...
It is not secure to keep the ID and passwords as written memo, there is chance of other persons can see the data. Sometimes you may forget the ID and Passwords. Using this application you can protect the data in three ways. Password, GPS and Object Attestation. â– The three methods to Lock the application Ã£ƒ»Object Attestation Using the camera take the photo of business card, card, cover of a book, calender and a poster which are in square format and save the data. â†’When the application starts saved data will be compared with the target object and the lock will be released. Ã£ƒ»GPS Attestation A GPS function is used and arbitrary points (the place where the person is present) are registered. â†’Lock of an application is released at the location where the arbitrary points are registered. If we save the arbitrary points of own house location, the lock cannot be released except own house location. Ã£ƒ»Password Attestation The Lock function by the usual text. â– Customization of the Lock method of an application Ã£ƒ»If the Object, GPS and Password Attestations are set to ON and setting is set as AND, when the application starts it will ask for all the attestations. Ã£ƒ»If the Object, GPS and Password Attestations are set to ON and setting is set as OR, when the application starts at least one of an Object, GPS and Password can be attested. Ã£ƒ»It will not display attestations and not locked when you set all the attestations as OFF. Ã£ƒ»If failure detection set as "OFF", attestation goes wrong 5 times then confirmation box will be displayed. If failure detection set as "ON", attestation goes wrong 5 times data will be deleted automatically. â– Data conservation process Ã£ƒ»Title, ID, Password and Memo will be saved. Ã£ƒ»A folder can be created and it can manage the data as category. Ã£ƒ»There is a automatic password generation function. Ã£ƒ»Saved data can be sorted with title. Ã£ƒ»Various data has been the backup targets of iTunes. â– About Object Attestation Ã£ƒ»Save the object as password which is recognized by the application. Ã£ƒ»It won't recognize when the color and background of the target object is not good. Ã£ƒ»When the target object has large reflected light, such as a metallic system cannnot be recoginzed. It should be reflected on screen clearly. Ã£ƒ»Attestation may go wrong if the target object is not in same environment as the saved object. If the state of the light source may change or shadow may insert, the attestation will go wrong. Ã£ƒ»As for a background, it is desirable that it is monochrome. â– How to save Object Attestation Image Next to the ON/OFF button of the "Object" from the settings screen, there is a button for transition to the Object Attestation. When you tap this button, it becomes a screen which takes a photograph. When you take the picture, captured image will be displayed at the top of the screen. Square area is extracted from the captured image will be displayed at the top with red border. When you tap the left and right buttons, you will see another square area with red border from the captured image. The area surrounded by the red border is the area to use as a password, tap the save button to save the image. Password image will be displayed at the bottom when the save is complete. Tap the camera button which exists in the center of the lower part and take the photo again. When you tap the check button at the bottom right, check whether "OK" is displayed, because of checks to be made compared with the saved image. If the check result is "NG", there is a chance of the image used as the password is not suitable object. If the check result is "NG" for several times, it is recommended that change the target object. â– Notes Ã£ƒ»If the data registered into this application are lost by a certain factor, our company cannot take responsibility. Ã£ƒ»It is recommended that save the data in another catalyst in a safe place.
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Day of release: 0000-00-0